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 203||Principles Of Law||3|
|BA 250||Technology & Communication In Business||3|
|BA 270||Business Statistics||3|
|BA 379||Financial Management||3|
|BA 435||Senior Seminar in Business||3|
|or BA 436||Business Strategy Seminar|
|BC 265||Principles Of Accounting I||3|
|BC 266||Principles Of Accounting II||3|
|BN 204||Principles Of Management||3|
|BK 208||Principles Of Marketing||3|
|EC 251||Macroeconomics Principles||3|
|EC 252||Microeconomic Principles||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Basic Mathematical Modeling|
|Calculus I (Required for Actuarial Science Majors)|
Management Major (Core business requirements plus 18 additional semester hours)
|BN 304||Human Resource Management||3|
|BN 380||Organizational Behavior||3|
|BN 384||Strategic Management||3|
|Select three of the following (two of which must be either BA, BN, BC, or EC)||9|
|Employment Law and Labor Relations|
|Management Information Systems|
|Business & Society|
|Production & Operations Management|
|Corporate Social Responsibility|
|Advanced Topics in Human Resource Management|
|Management Internship 2|
|Money and Banking 1|
|International Economics 1|
|Politics and Public Policy|
|Sociology of Work|
Students CAN NOT double major between the business major (Accelerated) and the management major.
Can NOT double count for the human resource management and finance majors or minors.
Can NOT double count with the marketing 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 204, BN 304, BN 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.