Major in Management: A total of 68-71 credit
hours as described below.
Business Core: 47 credit hours, including MN 461, 463.
Major Courses: 21-24 credit hours (depending on track).
MN 395, 425, 495, and at least four or five elective courses at
the 300 or 400 level.
For background in human resource management, electives should include
MN 370, 373, 376, and one of these: MN 352, 353, 471, or 474. Those
who desire certification and wish to prepare for the Personnel Accreditation
Institute examinations are counseled to take MN 353.
For background in management of business technology, management
electives must include BI 341, 371, and 451. Two additional courses
are required. It is strongly recommended that these two additional
courses be BI 342 and either BI 383, 406 or 407. Other courses that
may be substituted as one of those two additional elective courses
(advisor consent required) are LG 328; MK 402; BI 381, 382, and
383; MN 464, and 474. One course may be taken outside of the department
if consistent with career objectives and with advisor and chairperson
For background in entrepreneurship, required courses include MN
364, and MN 365 or 366 and two additional courses. Students choose
one course from the Technical Area: LG 440; MK 361, 402, 433; BI
341, 382, 451, 406, or 407; MN 412 or 496; and one course from the
Behavioral Area: MN 352, 370, 376, 411, 471, or 496. MN 405 may
be substituted for a course in one of the technical or behavioral
areas as designated when offered. It is strongly recommended that
students take MN 496 following MN 499.
For background in the field of Total Quality Management (TQM), electives
should include BI 302; MN 474, and MK 495.
For general management, it is recommended that students select one
elective that develops their understanding of human resource management
(in particular, MN 352 or MN 373), one elective that furthers their
understanding of business development (in particular, MN 364 or
365), and one elective that furthers their understanding of operations
or systems (BI 382 or 341). As their final elective, students are
urged to further broaden their background by taking MN 361, MN 412,
or MN 471.