2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog


M. Athavale, Interim Chairperson


Modern organizations need competent managers who can address emerging issues in a global economy. Dealing with global competition, ethical issues, and diverse work groups is increasingly important in the managerial decision process.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation majors learn to prepare for the challenges involved in new venture creation and small business management. The program is designed to help students understand risk and develop an entrepreneurial perspective by overcoming challenges and achieving success.

Human resources management majors learn the theory and practice behind analyzing and solving the problems of hiring, training, evaluating, leading, and motivating people. The major emphasizes practical education, internship and immersive learning.

Business Administration majors can potentially launch a career in any industry, from retail to manufacturing, construction to consulting.

The department also offers minors in entrepreneurship and innovation, foundations of management, organizational communication, and human resources management.