​Management Minor

​Master the art of managing people.

Managers oversee everything from product development to processes. But take any management job and you'll see it's people who you're really managing. As a management minor, you'll build a broad foundation in business and leadership skills so you can successfully manage your own set of employees one day.

Through case studies and experiential exercises, you'll learn how motivation, group dynamics, conflict and other organizational behavior affect employees and their productivity. With electives like Human Resource Management and Small Business Management, you can apply basic training, staffing and compensating concepts to any small-sized company.

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Students gathered at table We've got big goals for you. From the moment you're admitted, we'll help you meet personal and learning goals, like mastering technical skills in business. Here's a bonus: your input helps refine the program for future business administration majors.
Target employee with student Everyday skills for every kind of field. Students with a management minor have a solid foundation they can apply to a number of industries, like business, nonprofits, government, hospitality and even the medical and health fields.