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Bachelor of Science in Management

Bachelor of Science in Management

University of Wyoming

University of Wyoming Campus, Laramie, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
Successful management requires the effective use of an organization’s resources. Planning, organizing, leading, and controlling what goes on in the organization are critical management jobs. To do them successfully, students will acquire skills in dealing with behavior and leadership at work, changing organizations, supervising others, designing human resource systems, promoting innovation, managing risk and information, negotiating, and decision making. The curriculum leading to a degree in management is designed to provide the perspectives and tools necessary to help a motivated student move into a career in management. Students may choose among 3 concentrations (of 12-18 credit hours) in the management major. Management Consulting The Management Consulting concentration prepares students to be capable of managing different processes and people, so that they can work in both large and small organizations, or consult with organizations about these issues. A particular emphasis is to help students develop both interpersonal and financial analysis skills so they are capable of resolving a broad spectrum of problems for a variety of different types of organizations. This concentration is designed to provide students with a large degree of flexibility when considering different career paths, because students will be prepared to systematically think through the processes that organizations use to create and maintain sustainable competitive advantage. The concentration prepares students to work in for-profit businesses, non-profit organizations, entrepreneurial ventures, or in government organizations. Entrepreneurship The Entrepreneurship concentration is designed to assist students who wish to start their own businesses by providing them with exposure to the development and testing of business concepts, analyzing the potential success of their concepts using a variety of tools and techniques, being flexible in developing new businesses and innovative ideas, and formulating and implementing business plans that will assist in the establishment and growth of new ventures. The concentration also provides students with exposure to issues involving family firms such as governance, succession and interpersonal relationships as well as innovation and change in existing organizations. Thus, the concentration focuses on entrepreneurship in both new ventures and established firms and prepares students to 1) start new businesses, 2) innovate in their own family firms, and/or 3) be entrepreneurial in an existing business. Supply Chain The Supply Chain concentration involves the planning, control, and coordination of materials and services from raw materials to customers. Increasing competetiveness through quality, cost, responsiveness, and innovation is essential to supply chain and company success. It is critical to manage processes across boundaries in the firm and across firms that make up the supply chain. Course work will prepare students for managerial positions in the manufacturing and service industries in areas of purchasing, operations, logistics, and customer service. Management core (12 hours): Ethics 3110 (MGT, MKT, INBU), MGT 3410, 3420, 4470

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