Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Programs

The Department of Management offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs in the management discipline. If you are a current student or prospective student thinking about enrolling in an undergraduate or graduate management program, we invite you to learn more about our academic programs.

BSBA Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with a major in Management (MGT) may be obtained by completion of the Walker College of Business core courses, core MGT courses, and selected MGT electives.

Additional information about the major can be found at:

Walker College of Business Academic Advising Registrar's websiteOnline BSBA General Management

BSBA Hospitality and Tourism Management

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree with a major in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HOS) may be obtained by completion of the Walker College of Business core courses, core required HOS courses and internship. The HOS major is intended for students who plan to seek careers in the hospitality or tourism industry.

Additional information about the HOS major can be found at:

Walker College of Business Academic Advising Registrar's website

Minors in Entrepreneurial Studies and Advanced Entrepreneurship

The Department of Management offers two minors in Entrepreneurship for business and non-business majors. The minor for business majors (Advanced Entrepreneurship) includes 18 hours of coursework in key functional areas, experiential coursework, and concentrations focusing on corporate, international, or social entrepreneurship. The goal of the Advanced Entrepreneurship minor is to provide students with solid business backgrounds the knowledge needed to recognize and exploit opportunities in a variety of contexts.

For more information on options for the experiential elective requirement in the Advanced Entrepreneurship minor, please click here.

Students not majoring in the Walker College of Business may earn the minor in Entrepreneurial Studies by completing 15 hours of coursework including four required hours and one course from a set of electives.

Additional information about the minors in entrepreneurship can be found at:

Walker College of Business Academic Advising Registrar's website

Minor in Human Resource Management

The minor in HR Management requires 18 hours of coursework and is available to both business and non-business majors. The minor provides students with a foundation to improve organizational effectiveness by instituting sound personnel practices and policies that will provide a safe, fair, and ethical environment for an organization's employees.

Additional information about the minor in HR Management can be found at:

Walker College of Business Academic Advising Registrar's website

Minor in Sustainable Business

The minor in Sustainable Business requires 18 hours of coursework and is available to both business and non-business majors. The implementation of sustainable business concepts helps organizations achieve their goals by ensuring that their business practices are economically, socially, and environmentally viable.  This minor provides students with a comprehensive understanding of sustainable business and the tools to create new opportunities for sustainable business value creation.

Additional information about the minor in Sustainable Business can be found at:

Walker College of Business Academic Advising Registrar's website

MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management

The Department of Management and Department of Psychology jointly offer an interdisciplinary master's program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management to prepare professionals for opportunities in business, industry, and government.

Additional information about the MA degree in IOHRM can be found at:

Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management MA Program

 

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Contact

Department of Management
ASU Box 32089
Boone, NC 28608
Fax: 828-265-8685

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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