Management, BS

Do you like to plan, organize, lead people or manage resources? The University of Minnesota Crookston's (UMC) Management degree program prepares students to manage business firms, institutions, small businesses and other organizations.

Yes, Business Management Online Program AvailableOnline
Yes, Business Management Minor AvailableMinor
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Key Features

  • The program in Management prepares graduates for management positions in business firms, institutions, small businesses, and other organizations. It provides a well-rounded education in business operations, preparing individuals for a variety of management positions in business, non profit organizations and government.
  • Our on-campus program provides students with a solid foundation in marketing, management and communications using current computer technologies both in an interactive classroom environment and through dynamic internship experiences.
  • Typical class size is 25 students, but most are far smaller.
  • All classes are taught by faculty professors. UMC does not use teaching assistants.
  • UMC management graduates are ready for the many opportunities and challenges that exist in the new and ever changing economy. 
  • UMC has an excellent placement record for graduates in Management.
  • We have professional, enthusiastic educators with industry experience who can give individualized attention to student needs.
  • The University of Minnesota Crookston is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and is a member of the North Central Association (NCA).

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Curriculum

All organizations require managers to plan, organize, lead, and evaluate the organization's effectiveness. Businesses need individuals who can manage resources, identify and solve problems, work with others, understand markets, collect and analyze data, and evaluate organizational performance. This program prepares graduates for management positions in large corporations, small businesses, and other organizations.

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Careers

  • Small Business Ownership and Management
  • Retail Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Operations Management
  • Market Research
  • Advertising
  • Sales Management
  • Credit Management
  • Purchasing
  • Product Development
  • E-Business

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Related Majors and Minors

Interested in a double major or minor to complement your Business Management degree? Check out these other programs at UMC.