Management: General Business

Management: General Business
Hours60 - 73 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program of 10 Students.
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MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

No more than 12 semester hours of upper-division transfer credit will be accepted toward the major and only 6 hours beyond the Management Core. No transfer courses will be accepted for the Management Core courses.
Only courses sufficient for a single emphasis are permitted.
requirement 1 Complete 3 options
Premanagement Core:
Note: Based on student performance to date, permission may be granted to take some restricted major-only courses.
Apply and be formally accepted into the program.
requirement 2 Complete 1 course
Complete the following during your first semester admitted to the Marriott School of Management:
requirement 3 Complete 1 course
Complete one of the following courses before the Management Core:
requirement 4 Complete 3 courses
Complete the following required courses before the Management Core:
requirement 5 Complete 1 option
Management Core courses:
requirement 6 Complete 2 options
Additional courses:
option 6.2 Complete 1 course
BUS M 382 - (Not currently offered)
requirement 7 Complete 7 courses
Only ONE of Bus M 491R, Bus M 494R, or Bus m 496R can be chosen to fulfill this requirement. Must be taken for 3.0 credit hours.
BUS M 452 - (Not currently offered)
requirement 8
Complete Marriott School exit survey online.
Program Outcomes

Critical Thinking: Applying Strategic Frameworks

When confronted with a business situation or problem, use appropriate strategic thinking frameworks to analyze information and make decisions that will maximize organizational performance.

Critical Thinking: Adapting to Change

Assess and adapt to new information and changing environments

Critical Thinking: Drawing Conclusions from Business Reports

Accurately interpret evidence, reports, and graphical depictions of business data from a variety of sources to assess business performance and identify key issues.

Communication: Composing Texts

Students compose a variety of commonly occurring business texts such as emails, letters, memos, PowerPoint presentations, SlideDocs, reports, and newsletter articles. Students must demonstrate effectiveness in the design, organization, content, and style of these documents.

Communication: Oral Presentations

Give effective oral presentations with appropriate visual support, achieving effectiveness in three categories: message, media, and messenger.

Communication: Grammar

Demonstrate knowledge of generally accepted grammar standards and typical business style (from Writing & Speaking for Business).

Communication: Graphics (visualizing information)

Communicate information through effective visuals, including charts, graphs, pictures, and other graphics

Ethical Reasoning:

Applying Frameworks to Resolve Ethical Dilemmas: Apply contemporary and classic frameworks in analyzing ethical dilemmas and suggest appropriate courses of action for resolving them.

Ethical Reasoning

Understanding Cognitive influence on ethical judgments: Recognize how individual differences and cognitive barriers influence ethical judgment;

Ethical Reasoning

Applying Personal Values in Ethical Decisions: Identify and prioritize personal values and apply them in making ethical decisions.

Ethical Reasoning

Discussing Moral Dilemmas Effectively:Engage in logically sound discussion about moral dilemmas using the language of business ethics.

IT Literacy: Generating/Analyzing Data to Support Decisions

Manipulate and analyze data to make appropriate recommendations for managerial decision-making.

IT Literacy: Data Storage and Extraction

Design, build, and query a database to apply correct principles of data storage and extraction.

IT Literacy: Computer Skills

Develop effective computer skills and literacy concerning computer hardware, networking, security, organizational information systems