Completion of Academic Minor
Why study Management?
Management is that human activity which involves the organization and coordination work, complying within set policies, to achieve clearly defined objectives. The management process requires its own set of skills, including the ability to think strategically about the organization, to understand and design organizational systems, and to understand human behavior. The minor in management emphasizes the development of the thinking skills, organizational system skills and people skills that are necessary for managers to be effective.
Current Lindner students may add this minor to enhance their majors. Non-Lindner students already pursuing a baccalaureate degree in any college at the University of Cincinnati can add the minor to their program as long as they meet the following requirements:
- Have 30 earned semester credit hours
- Have at least a 3.0 University GPA and be enrolled in a four-year degree granting program
- Complete at least 50 percent of all minor coursework in the Lindner College of Business
- Earn a 2.0 in minor courses to be certified with the minor.
To apply for the minor, students should visit the Lindner Program Options site.
Students will be notified by email of their acceptance into the program and the process for registration in the Lindner classes required for the minor.
Managers operate through certain functions such as planning, organizing, creating staffing, leading and directing and motivating. Individuals who are successful managers have the following attributes:
- Quantitative proficiency
- Ability to identify and control risk
- Strong organizational skills
- Detail orientation
- Excellent oral, written and electronic communication capabilities
- Leadership skills
- Competence in decision-making
- Capacity for teamwork
Management graduates are offered a wide variety of jobs in both public and private sector organizations. They commonly go into staff positions and training programs preparing for supervisory and administrative careers.
Success in today’s business environment is primarily driven by who students are and how they act. Accordingly, business education at Lindner focuses on the development of each student’s individual Professional, Academic, Character and Engagement (PACE) to ensure they can successfully pursue the personal and professional goals they are passionate about.
- Classes in Lindner ensure that our students learn the professional communication skills they need to excel in today’s business environment.
- Lindner’s Career Services team works with undergraduate students in developing resumes, learning interviewing techniques and obtaining the practical skills that fulfill the expectations of businesses.
- Lindner students are distinct individuals with unique goals and interests, and that is why our curriculum ensures that students have a foundational understanding of the key business functions. The breadth of minors allows students to add a minor that will customize their education for added value.
- Character means having the strength and conviction to both lead and work with teams made up of diverse social, cultural and economic viewpoints. Lindner business courses help students build these skills through hands-on, collaborative projects, often working with Cincinnati businesses.
- Students’ lives and careers will be comprised of much more than just work. Community service, citizenship and organizational involvement are all key components of personal growth. In Lindner, students are encouraged to get involved in the things they care about via the 20-plus student organizations within the Lindner College of Business, the 300-plus organizations within the University of Cincinnati and ongoing partnerships with service organizations like the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Students who have been accepted to the minor will see the minor appear on their application for graduation. Students apply for graduation in the minor as they normally would for their bachelor’s degree.
Applications deadlines for the business minors follow the “application for change in college” dates.
Fall Semester – July 1
Spring Semester – November 1
Summer Semester – March 1
The UC Lindner College of Business has been accredited continuously since 1919 by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier accrediting agency for business colleges.
Carl H. Lindner Hall, Room 1352
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0020
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Program Code: 22MIN-MGMT-MIN