The curriculum in Management provides students the opportunity to acquire a broad professional education in several areas of business and management specializations, leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration or Hospitality and Tourism Management.
With a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, a student can select from a variety of concentrations which provide in-depth understanding of specific functional areas. The areas of concentration are:
Human Resource Management
Finance and Banking
Through its curricula and co-curricula programs and activities, the School of Management seeks to achieve the following major objectives:
- to provide a learning environment conducive to developing the knowledge bases, competencies, and other skills required for leadership positions in
management of business government and other work organizations;
- to provide an integrative, experience and problem-based program of study;
- to provide students with a multidisciplinary foundation to understand the complexities of organizational management in the context of external factors
such as the economy, technology, competition and globalization;
- to prepare students with the competencies necessary to pursue graduate studies in management-related disciplines and other fields of study; and
- to provide advanced studies in management, through quality graduate programs.
The Department of Business Administration houses the Airway Sciences program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree with concentrations in Airway Science Management or Airway Science Systems (Professional Pilot).
The department also houses Hospitality and Tourism Management program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management. Students can also earn a concentration in Casino Operations Management.