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The Department of Management offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs to prepare students for a variety of managerial responsibilities in today's dynamic environment. The student who is studying management will acquire relevant knowledge and skills necessary for success in a variety of small, medium and large organizations.

The department offers two undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree programs: the major in Management (MGT) and the major in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HOS). The department also offers minors for both business and non-business majors in entrepreneurship, human resource management, and sustainable business.

At the graduate level, the Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management Program
(IOHRM) is an interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree program offered jointly by the Department of Management and Department of Psychology. Also, management faculty provide instruction in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program offered by the Walker College of Business.

What's New in Management?

On Thursday, October 9, 2014, Dr. Dana Clark was honored by the Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina. Dr. Clark received the Barentine Special Achievement Award, which is given to a bureau executive or other individual who has demonstrated significant service to the Destination Marketing Association of North Carolina and its member bureaus in helping to achieve its mission and has made significant contributions toward state or national tourism initiatives. Dr. Clark was awarded this high honor because of his close involvement with industry and the way he translates that involvement to the class room. Dr. Clark’s students continuously reach tourism leadership positions and he feeds the tourism employment pipeline through one of the best intern programs in the nation. Having won the Barentine, Dr. Clark is now the only individual to win all three top tourism honors in North Carolina: the Barentine, the Tourism Excellence for Public Service, and the Tourism Excellence for an Individual. The Barentine Award is named after Richard Barentine, DMANC’s first president in 1976.

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Contact

Department of Management
ASU Box 32089
Boone, NC 28608
Fax: 825-265-8685

Chair
Dr. Jacqui Bergman
4075 Peacock Hall
Phone: 828-262-4958
bergmanjz@appstate.edu

Department Administrator
Maira Compagnone
4072 Peacock Hall
Phone: 828-262-2163
compagnoneme@appstate.edu

Hospitality and Tourism Program
Dana Clark, PhD
4076 Peacock Hall
Phone: 828-262-6237
clarkjd@appstate.edu

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