Start your career with your B.B.A. with a major in management from UND’s renowned College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA). By learning the principles of management coupled with finance and business, you’ll be ready for a career in modern management.
Analyzing problems, working with others and mastering organization are all elements of being an effective manager. A management degree from UND will equip you with the tools to make quick, well-reasoned decisions in the best interests of your company. You’ll learn how to:
- Organize and lead teams
- Generate goals and strategies
- Motivate and develop employees
- Evaluate performance
- Make strategic decisions
- Manage technology and work processes
Your advisor will assist you with a plan to meet UND’s Management degree requirements. A few of the course topics you will cover include:
- Human Resource Management
- Operations Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Principles of Management
- Strategic Management
Connections and networking are an essential part of business, and UND has the resources to help you become a desired job candidate. Take advantage of UND’s extensive network of alumni and friends of the CoBPA, as well as other opportunities to get a step ahead.
As a student with the Department of Management, you’ll be expected to have real-world knowledge upon graduation. Internships can help you gain the experience you need to snag the job of your dreams. Past internships have been completed at:
- Target Corporation
- Bobcat, Inc.
- UND Athletics
- Border States Electric
- Emerson Electronics
- Coyote Electronics
Management is a universal necessity for every company, organization and institution. The Management curriculum is broad enough to prepare you for a variety of career opportunities. Surveys of past graduates identify this breadth is a major program strength with graduates in careers ranging from managing international agencies to owning their own businesses.
You’ll be prepared for a general management or human resource career in any field where sound management skills are important, such as:
- Health care
- Public service
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