Management Concentration

Undergraduate Advisor: Dr. Adrian Tschoegl, 2013 SH-DH (215-898-1149)

To pursue a specialization in Management, students will take Management 101 and at least two courses from a “core” group to ensure a solid foundation in management. An additional two credit units of Management electives are also required to fulfill the specialization in Management. Management 101 is a prerequisite for all of the core courses and subsequent electives. A field application project (FAP) and/or an independent study project if sponsored by a Management faculty member can count toward the electives.

The Management core courses are:

  • MGMT 104 – Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 111 – Multinational Management
  • MGMT 223 – Business Strategy
  • MGMT 230 – Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 238 – Organizational Behavior or
    MGMT 224 – Leading Diversity in Organizations (0.5 cu) plus MGMT 272 – Power & Politics in Organizations (0.5 cu)

If a student counts MGMT 238 as a core, then MGMT 224 plus MGMT 272 count as one elective. If a student counts MGMT 224 plus MGMT 272 as a core, then MGMT 238 is an elective.