Davis College of Business at Jacksonville University

Curriculum

Management




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The courses in this major are designed to provide the student with an understanding of the application of management concepts from the basic principles to the development of the organizational objectives and the strategies necessary to achieve these objectives. The critical skills of working with people, the effective behavior of people in organizations, the development of management information systems, the efficient operation of an organization – all from the systems viewpoint – are stressed in this area.

Major Requirements

A major in management requires that the student complete the University and College of Business Core requirements in addition to the following courses:

Courses Course Credit
MGT 326 Business, Ethics and Government 3
MGT 360 The Management of Human Resources 3
MGT 408 Organizational Design and Change Management 3
MGT 412 Executive Leadership and Communication Seminar 3
Total: 15

Electives

Courses Course Credit
Code Course Credit XX xxx One (1) business elective course numbered 300 or above from outside the DCOB core and major requirements.  
Total:  

Minor Requirements

A minor in management requires that the student take MGT 310: Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills, and nine (9) credit hours of additional management courses chosen with the written approval of a management faculty member.

Courses chosen for the management minor must be made from the following management courses:

Courses Course Credit
MGT 301 Principles of Management 3
MGT 320 Leadership 3
MGT 360 The Management of Human Resources 3
DSIM 370 Management of Information Technology 3
MGT 408 Organizational Design and Change Management 3
MGT 412 Executive Leadership and Communication Seminar 3
DSIM 350 Project and Operations Management 3
Total: 24

Students in the College of Business majoring in other areas may apply MGT 310 and DSIM 350 against the requirements of a business management minor (except as noted: a course taken as part of a major cannot also be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor.)​