Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
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Admissions and
  Advising

Degrees and Areas of
  Study

Student Organizations
Departments/Major
  Programs

Accountancy
Economics
Finance and Financial
  Services

Management
Information Systems
  and Operations
  Management

Marketing and
  International Business

Management

Professors Ajami (chair), Baker, Davy, Petrick, Slonaker, Wendt
Associate Professors Dewett, Sincoff, Williams
Assistant Professor Bright, Gruys
Lecturer Crawford
Instructor Bernstein

Management is a universal process that applies to all career fields and to private, public, and nonprofit organizations. The curriculum offers two majors: the management major and the human resource management major.

The management major should be selected by students who want a broad background that prepares them for administrative careers in a wide range of settings. Course work is appropriate for individuals considering entry-level positions or management trainee programs. In addition, this major provides a firm grounding in the management of organizational and institutional resources, and in international issues.

The human resource management major is intended for students who have chosen a career in human resource management. The field is recognized for its increasingly significant contribution to the success of all types of organizations. Graduates will typically qualify for entry-level positions in recruiting, testing, interviewing, compensation, benefits, training, affirmative action, and labor relations. Also, graduates will be prepared to take the Professional in Human Resources Certification Test.

Degree Requirements - Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Degree

The program in management requires a minimum of 187 credit hours.

General Education Requirements

61


Required Substitutions:
Area I: MTH 228
Area II: EC 204, 205
Area VI: EC 290 or FIN 205

Business Core Requirements

66


Management Major Requirements

60


LAW 420

4

MGT 321

4

MGT 410

4

MGT 411

4

MGT 473

4

MGT 485

4

Management Electives (see advisor)

12


Business Electives

12


Nonbusiness Electives

12


Total 187

Scheduling, prerequisite, and elective information is available in 110 Rike Hall or on the Raj Soin College of Business Web site at http://www.wright.edu/business/.

Degree Requirements - Human Resource Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Degree

General Education Requirements

61


Required Substitutions:
Area I: MTH 228
Area II: EC 204, 205
Area VI: EC 290 or FIN 205

Business Core Requirements

66


Human Resource Management Major Requirements

60


LAW 440

4

LAW 420

4

MGT 321

4

MGT 410

4

MGT 412

4

MGT 425

4

MGT 495

4

Human Resource Management Electives (see advisor)

8


Business Electives

12


Nonbusiness Electives

12


Total 187

Scheduling, prerequisite, and elective information is available in 110 Rike Hall or on the Raj Soin College of Business Web site at http://www.wright.edu/business/.

 
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