The management major prepares students to lead in an ever more competitive and dynamic business environment. The focus is on developing those skills necessary for managerial success in for profit and nonprofit organizations: analytical, decision making, conceptual, interpersonal and communication.

See the Graduate section of this Catalog for more information on Graduate programs offered at Mount Mercy.

Core Business Requirements for all Business majors:

BA 203Principles Of Law3
BA 250Technology & Communication In Business3
BA 270Business Statistics3
BA 379Financial Management3
BA 435Senior Seminar in Business3
or BA 436 Business Strategy Seminar
BC 265Principles Of Accounting I3
BC 266Principles Of Accounting II3
BN 204Principles Of Management3
BK 208Principles Of Marketing3
EC 251Macroeconomics Principles3
EC 252Microeconomic Principles3
Select one of the following: 3
Finite Mathematics
Basic Mathematical Modeling
Mathematics Modeling
Business Calculus
Calculus I (Required for Actuarial Science Majors)
Total Hours36

 Management Major (Core business requirements plus 18 additional semester hours)

BN 304Human Resource Management3
BN 380Organizational Behavior3
BN 384Strategic Management3
Select three of the following (two of which must be either BA, BN, BC, or EC)9
Employment Law and Labor Relations
Dispute Resolution
Investments 1
Risk Management
Management Information Systems
International Management
Business & Society
Production & Operations Management
Project Management
Corporate Social Responsibility
Advanced Topics in Human Resource Management
Management Internship 2
Money and Banking 1
International Economics 1
Cost Accounting
Politics and Public Policy
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Sociology of Work
Total Hours18

Students CAN NOT double major between the business major (Accelerated) and the management major.

Academic Requirements for the Management Major

All management majors must achieve a minimum grade of C- in all management courses required for the major (BN 204BN 304BN 384 and BN 380) and the three required electives. This applies to equivalent courses transferred from other institutions.

See the additional Academic Requirements for all business department majors and minors found in the Business Administration section of the Catalog.