Whether you want to manage people, lead a business unit or shape your company's strategy, the management degree will provide you with the solid foundation you need to succeed. Graduates will emerge ready to effectively plan and organize, and fulfill leadership roles. You may choose a general management course of study, or pursue the major with a track in entrepreneurship, green management, leadership or change management.
Graduates with a concentration in management are well prepared to pursue a career as a management analyst, and demand for qualified professionals in this area is expected to grow as organizations seek ways to improve efficiency and control costs.
Administrative service managers and facilities managers will also be in high demand as organizations increasingly realize the importance of operating their facilities efficiently.
- Operations Manager
- General Manager (GM)
- Director of Operations
- Plant Manager
- Store Manager
- Facilities Manager
- Plant Superintendent
- Vice President of Operations
- Warehouse Manager
- Chief Operating Officer (COO)
We are currently accepting applications.
After completing your BBA in Management, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to carry out the planning function of management.
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to carry out the organizing function of management.
- Formulate ways to carry out the controlling function in organizations.
- Identify ways to fulfill the leadership function of management.
- Explain how linking the organizational social practices to the community is ultimately advantageous.
- 60 credits of lower division coursework including business pre-core courses.
- 60 credits of upper division course work, including business core courses, including business core courses, international business courses, and upper division business electives.
- Management courses require a grade of "C" or higher.
- MAN 4301 Human Resource Management
- MAN 4151 Organizational Behavior
- MAN 4771 Executive Skill Development
Plus two of the following courses:
- MAN 3100 Happiness at work
- MAN 4164 Leadership
- MAN 4102 Managing Diversity
- ENT 4113 Entrepreneurship New Business Development
- GEB 4110 Writing the Business Plan
- MAN 4065 Business Ethics
- MAN 4600 International Management
Management major electives
Two 3/4xxx level offered by any department in the College of Business are required (6 credits).
Upper Division Business Elective Requirements
Management majors may take any 3000 level or higher course preferably inside the College of Business to satisfy their Upper Division Business Elective requirement. All upper division electives outside the College of Business must demonstrate a relationship to business and receive the approval of the Global Leadership and Management Department Chair.
One of Florida International University’s main objectives is to provide you with an affordable, high-quality undergraduate education.
Our tuition ranks among the lowest in the nation and the lowest among our competitors. In fact, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine consistently ranks FIU among the top “100 Best Values in Public Colleges”—and U.S. News & World Report also recognizes FIU as a “best buy” in higher education, ranking our students among the least indebted college students in the nation.
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