The Bachelor of Science in management provides students with fundamental management concepts. This includes the management techniques of different organizations: business; government; health services; education and insurance. Continuing study examines the functional and analytical specialties within institutions. Graduates work as business practitioners, as managers in manufacturing, banking, marketing, hospitality operations, restaurants and retail.
Completion of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in International Business prepares the student for a career in the export / import field or as a manager in a multinational organization. Graduates are qualified for continued study at the master's level.
The Organizational Management and Leadership specialization prepares individuals for responsibilities in business, government and non-profit entities. This specialization develops skills in the management of cross-functional teams, project management, technology application, and new products and services development. A focus of the specialization is on managing a diverse work force and competing in a multi-cultural global environment.
Courses taken at NJCU to satisfy Management major requirements require a minimum grade C (2.0). Major classes in which a grade below a C is earned do not meet degree requirements. Students who are unable to meet these standards are advised to withdraw from the major.
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