When it comes time to organize an event, a team, or a class project are you the person everyone turns to? Are you that person who has a knack for spotting the kink in the system, and knowing just how to fix it? A degree in management or supply chain management from Hofstra will teach the strategies behind the effective management of people and operations to even the best natural-born leaders.


Management majors not only hit the core business curriculum, but also dig into the theory and practice in human resources, organizational behavior, ethics, leadership, innovation, strategy and sustainability, and the intricacies of the supply chain. Hofstra offers majors in management and supply chain management. Two management degrees allowing you to choose your own path. In addition, we offer minors in management; supply chain management; entrepreneurship; human resource management; and general business.

BBA in Management

This is a versatile degree that prepares you for many types of leadership roles in the public or private sector. It's also a great foundation for graduate school.

BBA in Supply Chain Management

This management degree focuses on operations, including what it takes to get products and services smoothly into the hands of consumers, from supply and distribution to transportation and logistics. You'll take classes in subjects like e-commerce, service operations management, and purchasing.

Learn from the Experts

Our faculty will teach you the skills to succeed with a degree in management.

Career Opportunities

Use your degree to further your experience in human resources, organizational behavior, ethics, leadership, innovation, strategy and sustainability, and supply chain.

Jeffrey Meija

A CEO is Born

Management/Class of ’10

As the founder and CEO of several successful startups in the digital marketing world, Jeffrey Mejia has taken the skills he learned at Hofstra, along with his passion for and expertise in technology, to extraordinary heights.


The Student Experience

Management students at Hofstra University have the opportunity for experiential learning in one of our many clubs covering a variety of business interests, including clubs that participate in field student teams for national competitions, and work with community organizations as business consultants, and with local high school students as mentors.

The Society for Advancement of Management and the American Production and Inventory Society (APICS)

APICS hosts guest speakers and panels, professional workshops, networking events, and participates in competitions.

180 Degrees Consulting

The Hofstra chapter of 180 Degrees Consulting, the world's largest university-based consultancy, gives students the opportunity to work on real-life consulting projects for area nonprofits.

Meet Lerthon Theuma

A management major, Lerthon Theuma and two of his teammates on the Hofstra soccer team, founded a startup called CountryBox, an e-commerce company that brings expats care packages with goods from their home countries. The company won first place and $20,000 in seed money in the Hofstra-Digital Remedy Challenge entrepreneurship contest.

The Outlook

Preparing our management students to secure jobs in their industry of choice or gain admittance into prestigious graduate programs is our main goal. A survey of recent alumni shows:


Of students are working or in grad school within one year of graduating


Of students accept a position before or at graduation


Average annual salary for Management graduates

Find out more

Learn more about the opportunities available to you as a management major.

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