Management - Bachelor of Business Administration

The Department of Management invites you to consider a major in management. Do you like to work with people? Need help solving people problems at work? Hope to start your own business? Want to run an environmental project, or a bank, a store, a farm or a government agency? Are you interested in how people from diverse backgrounds work together to achieve common goals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider a major in management. The mission of the department is to prepare graduates, with a Bachelor of Business Administration, for management careers in a broad spectrum of New Mexico, national and globally oriented businesses. Management graduates work in small and large agricultural, manufacturing, government, transportation, public utility, merchandising, health care, environmental and communications organizations among others.

The study of management offers the opportunity to develop skills in utilizing human, physical and economic resources to achieve organizational objectives. These are important cross-functional skills in today’s competitive job market. Students will acquire the skills and knowledge to develop their potential and to lead others in a common mission. Management majors may choose from program concentrations in human resource management, project and supply chain management or small business management and entrepreneurship.

Every candidate for this major must fulfill the following requirements in addition to the general education common core, College of Business foundation and the business core, Viewing a Wider World requirements and general electives (see above). Students will choose one or more of the four options that follow.

Concentration: Human Resource Management

Major Courses
MGT 332Human Resources Management3
MGT 451Selection, Placement, and Performance Evaluation3
MGT 460Compensation Management3
MGT 458Comparative International Management3
or MGT 465 Contemporary Issues in Human Resources Management
Electives in management, upper division12
Total Credits24

Concentration: Project and Supply Chain Management

Major Courses
MGT 332Human Resources Management3
MGT 351Supply Chain Management3
MGT 470Project Management in Organizations3
BCIS 485Enterprise Resource Planning3
MKTG 324Product/Service Development3
BCIS 461Business Analytics I3
Electives in MGT or ENTR, upper division6
Total Credits24

Concentration: Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship

Major Courses
MGT 332Human Resources Management3
MGT 361Small Business Management3
MGT 461Seminar in Entrepreneurship3
MGT 448Small Business Consulting3
Electives in management, upper division12
Total Credits24