College of Business
"A leader's job is not to do the work for others, it's to help others figure out how to do it themselves, to get things done, and to succeed beyond what they thought possible." - Simon Sinek
Management is a dynamic field that focuses on planning, organizing and leading in business, non-profit and governmental organizations. It is responsible for the triple bottom-line: financial profits, environmental good and social good. The curriculum in management will help you gain knowledge and skills in the areas of leadership, employee attitudes, teamwork, decision making, conflict resolution and organizational development.
The curriculum of USFSM’s Management program also addresses topics in human resource management, including recruitment and hiring, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, negotiations, labor relations, safety and health. Graduates will apply the latest ideas and concepts in management to organizational issues. Analytical, communication and leadership skills are developed in both classroom and assignment activities throughout the program.
USFSM’s Management degree provides graduates with a set of skills to help create a work environment where employees can work efficiently and effectively. It also trains students to strengthen the connection between business and society.
Is the Management Program Right for You?
Do you enjoy leadership roles that encourage others to be successful? Are you passionate about the opportunity to “make things happen?” USFSM’s Management degree promotes effective communication, problem solving and decision-making.
With a focus on people in organizations, managers develop the human capital of organizations. Motivating and developing an organization’s workforce today requires attention to relationships with people inside and outside the organization, locally and across the world. Managing people involves behavioral concepts such as motivation, personality, teamwork, communication and leadership.
USFSM’s undergraduate degree in Management prepares students for entry-level positions in:
- General Business
- Human Resources
- Organizational Development
- Small Business Management
Students graduating with this degree pursue careers as varied as today’s rapidly-demanding and changing workplace. Possible career fields include management in the private, public non-profit sectors. Management is needed in all types and sizes of organizations, all organizational levels and all organizational work areas throughout the world.
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- Faculty Contact: Associate Professor, Dr. Jean Kabongo, firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-359-4234.
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