The Department of Management, Entrepreneurship and General Business prepares students to manage people and tasks in a variety of organizations within an ethical and global context.
Programs in Management focus on concepts and practices in Human Resources, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Innovation, Sustainability, and Strategy.
Programs in Entrepreneurship train students in the process of opportunity recognition and exploitation for new and ongoing ventures in small and large organizations.
Programs in Supply Chain Management provide students with knowledge of the supply-distribution-services linkage primarily from an operations standpoint, and how companies deal and interact with suppliers, distributors, service providers and transportation/logistics.
Courses and programs in General Business develop a strategic, integrative and interdisciplinary managerial perspective.
To support the above mission, the department’s faculty members are dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and professional endeavors.