Program: Minor in Management

Program Description

The Management minor allows non-Management majors the opportunity to pursue a secondary interest in the field of management.

Program Requirements

1. Required Courses (12 units)

BUS 104 Introduction to Business (3)*
MGT 360 Management and Organizational Behavior (3)
MGT 370 Management Skills Development (3)
MGT 380 Employment Practices (3)

*BUS 104 satisfies 3 units of General Education in Lifelong Learning.

2. Each student must successfully complete two of the following courses (6 units)

MGT 450 Organization Change and Development (3)
MGT 454 Leadership, Power and Politics (3)
MGT 456 Negotiation and Conflict Management (3)
MGT 458 Decision Making and Creativity (3)
MGT 460 Strategic Human Resource Management (3)
MGT 462 Business and Society (3)
MGT 464 International Business Management (3)
MGT 466 Strategic Leadership of Sustainability: Organizational Challenges and Opportunities (3)
MGT 468 Crisis Management (3)
MGT 491 Executive Leadership (3)
MGT 498C Internship—Management (3)
MGT 499 Independent Study (3)

Total Units in the Minor: 18

Two of the usual prerequisites for these courses (BUS 312 and BUS 302L) will be waived for students in either the management or human resource management minor. However, they must pass MGT 360 before taking courses other than BUS 104. This minor is not available to Management majors.


Department of Management
Department Chair: Philip Gorman
Bookstein Hall (BB) 3119
(818) 677-2457