About the course
Auburn Montgomery’s College of Business offers Management and Human Resource Management concentrations that provide real-world skills and give graduates a competitive edge across industry sectors and business disciplines. These programs offer courses that develop the technical, conceptual, and interpersonal skills required to be successful in leadership roles in private and public organizations.Management majors engage in a challenging curriculum centered on skill-building in leadership, diversity, and managing human resources. A student may elect to take courses that develop skills in leadership, human resource management, industrial management, entrepreneurship, and small business management. You may also elect to participate in internships which provide practical experience in the field.The management concentration is designed to prepare students to respond to the op­portunities and demands of a highly competitive world. The program gives students the knowledge and skills that are universally needed to be successful in leadership roles in any organization. The curriculum builds a knowledge base that includes the latest ideas in management thought and practice, with a particular emphasis on acquiring critical people management skills.Beyond the required management courses, you can tailor your program to fit a wide variety of professional and personal development needs. For example, you may elect to take courses that develop your leadership and people management skills, skills in industrial management and entrepreneurship, as well as small business management. You may also elect to participate in internships which provide practical experience in the field.
Intake Months
January, May, August
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Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Duration
8 Semesters

Northern Arizona University

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