Management

Management Professor Annette Godown

The field of management offers opportunities that are challenging, diverse, and rewarding in nature.  All organizations have a common characteristic, which is the need for good managers.  Organizations–whether they are for profit or nonprofit, public or private, large, medium, or small, national or international in scope–need effective managers.

 

Because managerial skills are universal in their application, career opportunities are varied.  Supervisory and managerial positions can be found in retailing, health care, recreation and leisure facilities, food service, distributorships, wholesaling, manufacturing, and the financial services industry.  In addition, many opportunities exist in organizational supportive positions such as those involving personnel, labor relations, and health and safety.

Required Courses - Management Specialization
Credit Hours
Total120
West Liberty University General Studies48
Gary E. West College of Business Core36
ACC 320 Management Accounting Procedures3
BIS 460 Management Information Systems3
MGT 351 Operations Management3
MGT 352 Labor Management Relations3
MGT 353 Small Business Management3
MGT 474 Organizational Behavior3
MGT 475 Human Resource Management3
Management Electives (2 Courses)6
Management Restricted Elective (1 Course)3
Upper Level Electives6

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