Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (MGMT)

Management Program Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of the AUK Major in Management, the student will be able to:

  • Create an application of management reporting systems and critically assess business performance employing management information systems.
  • Demonstrate the analytical skills required for the evaluation of an organization’s strategic plan compared with actual results and provide solutions to problems that occur when actual results fail to meet plans.
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively and ensure internal controls that provide assurance for users of financial statements are professionally implemented.
  • Demonstrate understanding of basic technical skills such as the application of variance, ratio, and comparative entity analysis to control activity and protect corporate assets.
  • Demonstrate awareness of cultural differences in business environments.
  • Apply ethical reasoning and teambuilding practices in business management.

Students must complete 4 of the following courses (12 credit hours):

ENTR 201

  Principles of Entrepreneurship 


MGMT 301

Change Management


MGMT 333  

Organizational Behavior


MGMT 413

Management Capstone: Business Operations


Students must also choose in consultation with their Academic Advisor 2 courses (6 credit hours), 300-level or above, from among the disciplines offered by the College of Business and Economics (ACCT, BUS, BEAL, ECON, ENTR, HR, FINC, MGMT, MRKT).