Degree Options

The Department of Management translates faculty expertise into innovative, experience-based programs. At the undergraduate level, the department supports two majors: Entrepreneurship and International Business.

At the graduate level, management faculty support MBA and PhD programs. The MBA program includes vital core courses in organizational behavior and strategic management, as well as management and entrepreneurship field studies.

The Management PhD program is dedicated to developing tomorrow's scholars. Through graduate coursework, independent studies, doctoral seminars, informal faculty and peer interaction, and laboratory and field research, students develop a strong knowledge base across varied domains of management.

Undergraduate Programs

BBA in Entrepreneurship

Lindner’s BBA in Entrepreneurship introduces students to the unique issues and concerns faced by new venture startups and closely held businesses. Graduates of the degree program are well-prepared to start and advance their own ventures or help corporations to best interact with small, entrepreneurial and family-run companies.

BBA in International Business

Lindner’s BBA in International Business broadens students’ awareness and understanding of challenges faced by businesses in today's global economy. Covering international aspects of accounting, finance, management, marketing, economics and law, students graduate prepared to tackle the world’s challenges and pursue careers around the globe.

Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Human Resources

Lindner's Master of Science in Human Resources prepares you to be an HR leader who understands that human capital has a huge impact on business success. Grounded in both business and psychology, this program includes MBA courses that shape your understanding of the basic demands of business along with specialized courses in the core HR areas of talent acquisition and staffing, compensation, benefits, HR analytics, legal issues in HR, and diversity.

PhD in Management

The PhD in Management program develops doctoral students with a strong knowledge base in a variety of topics in management, including organizational behavior, human resources and strategic management, with the overarching goal of preparing for successful scholarly careers in academia. Students will understand how individual, group, organizational and inter-organizational phenomena affect the management of complex organizations.