Building upon the variety of business skills students learn in their pre-business courses, the management major provides advanced learning in three core competencies that are of great demand in the business world: problem solving, teamwork and leadership.
Employers note that these are critical skills they seek out in both current employees and job applicants. The management major at WMU uniquely prepares you to interact with peers, subordinates, supervisors and clients with enriching experiences both inside and outside the classroom.
Be part of Haworth College of Business management major and explore, examine and develop the skills needed to navigate through the dynamic business world.
Through the management major, you will have real-world exposure to business challenges and the opportunity to problem solve to reach solutions.
During every academic year, our students contribute more than 8,000 hours of assistance to nearly 30 entrepreneurs, small business owners and non-profit organizations seeking insight on growth opportunities. Additionally, our majors collaborate with a number of professional organizations in southwest Michigan, including the Small Business Development Center, the Service Corp of Retired Executives and a variety of municipalities.
management major coursework
- MGMT 2500—Organizational Behavior
MGMT 2520—Human Resource Management
MGMT 2750—Analytical Foundations
MGMT 3010—Project Management
MGMT 4010—Project Leadership
MGMT 4020—Leadership in Business Organization
Three required electives:
Management majors enjoy flexibility in their studies by choosing three elective courses from more than 25 possible courses offered by the Haworth College of Business, including study abroad! Talk to a management major advisor about how you can tailor your elective choices to your personal, academic and career goals.
Through the management major, you will build many of the most sought after skills of top recruiters at a variety of small, medium, and large firms across the for-profit, not-for-profit, and public administration sectors.
A survey of recent graduates indicates that 95% of management majors are actively engaged in either employment or graduate education. Our majors acquired positions such as customer relations specialists, district managers, management trainees, product development analysts and logistics specialists.
Outstanding companies employ our graduates, such as Sherwin-Williams, Jewel-Osco, Target, Whirlpool, Southwest Airlines, C.H. Robinson, Quicken Loans, Consumers Credit Union and many more!
Students with questions about the management major and its career options should contact:
Dr. Robert Landeros
Office: 3396 Schneider | (269) 387-5802
Email Robert Landeros