A study of foundations of project management and project management techniques currently employed for business and information systems projects, including project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk, and procurement. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MG370.
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Management degree program from the University of West Alabama offers a comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for leadership roles in a variety of industries. The program provides a solid foundation in business principles, strategic planning, organizational behavior and project management. Students develop skills in critical thinking, problem-solving and effective communication, while gaining an understanding of key management functions such as human resources, operations, marketing and finance.
The program emphasizes practical application through case studies, internships and team projects, allowing students to develop real-world skills and experience. Graduates of the program have diverse career opportunities, including roles in Business Management, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Operations Management, Human Resource Management or Marketing. They possess the knowledge to lead teams, drive organizational success, and adapt to the ever-changing business landscape. The Management degree program provides a strong foundation for career advancement, fosters a holistic understanding of business dynamics, and equips students with the skills necessary to thrive in a wide range of professional settings.
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MG375 Project Management
Study of leadership theories. Includes identification, development, communication and ethics of leadership. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MG300
MK470 Marketing Management
Focuses on marketing from a managerial perspective and emphasizes the analysis of marketing opportunities and the design and application of marketing strategies. Prerequisite: “C” or higher in MK300.
Upon completing their Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, students can look toward exciting new career opportunities in a wide variety of fields inside and outside of business. From manufacturing leadership, to general business supervisory positions and human resource management jobs, graduates can expect roles as an Administrative Service Manager, Account Manager, Compensation and Benefits Manager, Construction Manager, Food Service Manager, Lodging Manager, Industrial Production Managers, Human Resources Manager, Sales Manager, Marketing Manager, Sales Representative, Nonprofit Organization Executive, Corporate Executive, Entrepreneur and more.
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