Sep 23, 2017
Management involves planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the activities necessary to successfully run an organization. In studying management, the student will focus on the practical skills, ethical issues, and management theory necessary to succeed in our diverse global economy. The Management Department offers two types of courses: general knowledge courses and specialized courses. General knowledge courses are required of all business majors. Elective courses are chosen by majors who wish to gain specialized instruction in specific areas of management.
The Bachelor of Business Administration–Management Major at LMU will provide undergraduate students with the fundamental theories, problem-solving tools, and current real-world information and actual learning experience necessary to support their entry and ongoing career success as ethical and socially responsible leaders, managers, and administrators in various kinds of organizations. All Management Major students will demonstrate acceptable understanding and skills in:
- Interpersonal/team effectiveness
- Key processes of planning/goal setting, decision making, problem solving
- Critical HR functional areas
- Career management.
Upon completion of requirements for this major,
- Students should understand and be able to explain and evaluate the critical role and functions of management in organizations and apply principal concepts and models in the field of management within an organization;
- Students should understand and be able to describe and explain how the human resource function in an organization contributes to overall productivity through its component activities;
- Students should understand and be able to apply concepts of career planning and management both generally and to their own career.
Lower Division Requirements:
Upper Division Requirements:
A cumulative GPA of C (2.0) must be achieved in the major requirements (all business, economics, and mathematics courses).
For purposes of meeting the requirements for the B.B.A., Management major, degree and determination of academic probation, an overall cumulative grade point average of at least a C (2.0) must be obtained in all courses required in the major.
Core, Major, and Elective Management Courses:
Model 4-Year Plan–Bachelor of Business Administration–Management Major Curriculum
The following curriculum represents the order or sequence in which it is expected that students will take the various courses required for the B.B.A. (Management major) degree.
Total: 14-16 semester hours
Total: 13-16 semester hours
Total: 18-19 semester hours
Total: 16-19 semester hours
Total: 15-16 semester hours
Total: 15-17 semester hours
Total: 14-15 semester hours
Total: 12-14 semester hours