Management Professor Ling

Management Curriculum

A grade of "C" or higher is required for all MGMT major courses.

Management major requirements* (6 credits)

  • MGMT 313 Organizational Behavior
  • MGMT 321 Introduction to Human Resource Management

Management major electives* (15 credits)

Students may select any courses from the following list to fulfill the elective requirement as well as any other 300-400 level MGMT courses (except MGMT 301 or MGMT 303 or MGMT 312 or MGMT 313).

  • MGMT 412 Diversity in Organizations
  • MGMT 413 Organizational Development & Management Consulting
  • MGMT 421 Advanced Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 431 The Legal Environment for Employee and Labor Relations
  • MGMT 441 International Strategy
  • MGMT 451 New Venture Creation
  • MGMT 452 Experiential Entrepreneurship
  • MGMT 461 Cross Cultural and Global Manangement
  • MGMT 462 Honors Seminar in Management
  • MGMT 463 Negotiations in Organizations
  • MGMT 464 Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills
  • MGMT 471 Competitive Strategy
  • MGMT 491 Current Topics in Management
  • MGMT 499 Independent Study
  • BULE 402 Commercial Law
  • BUS 492 Undergraduate Internship

Capstone (3 credits)

  • BUS 498 Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models

Areas of Focus

Management majors may focus their careers in several areas. In selecting five elective courses, students may want to consider a likely career path. Recommended courses for three possible careers are provided below.

Human Resource Management

  • MGMT 421 Advanced Human Resource Management
  • MGMT 431 The Legal Environment for Employee and Labor Relations

Front-Line Manager or Management Trainee

  • MGMT 412 Diversity in Organizations
  • MGMT 463 Negotiations in Organizations
  • MGMT 464 Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills

Entrepreneur

  • MGMT 451 New Venture Creation
  • MGMT 471 Competitive Strategy
  • BULE 402 Commercial Law

MGMT 313 satisfies the Mason Core Writing Intensive requirement. BUS 498 satisfies the Mason Core Synthesis requirement.

Students declaring a second major in management must complete the two required courses and four elective courses for the major. Learn about the Management Honors Program.

*Requirements may vary for students enrolled prior to fall 2015. Speak with a School of Business academic advisor and reference the University Catalog for the requirements pertaining to your year of enrollment.

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