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Management: Leadership & Entrepreneurship

Leadership and Entrepreneurship CurriculumDesigned to develop and prepare the business leaders of tomorrow to tackle the challenges of the global business environment, the major in Management has two tracks: Leadership and applied management skills, and Entrepreneurship. Students in the Leadership track have opportunities to advance in human resources and management with various levels of responsibility building successful teams while managing an increasingly complex business environment. Successful leaders develop the strategies, plans, procedures, and policies that guide a business team in the short and long term. Successful leaders do so by coordinating human, financial, and material assets to achieve organizational objectives.

Students in the Entrepreneurship track receive the mentoring and develop the skills they need to start their own business or work in a business startup. Entrepreneurs are at the heart of job growth. Students with the intentions of one day leading their own business will benefit from this quality program. In addition, students have numerous resources available on campus such as the Adams Center For Entrepreneurship and the Research Park at FAU to assist them with a start-up. Both tracks are designed to permit a dual major or minor in a targeted area of interest.

Designed to develop and prepare the business leaders of tomorrow to tackle the challenges of the global business environment, the major in Management has two tracks: Leadership and applied management skills, and Entrepreneurship.

Students in the Leadership track have opportunities to advance in human resources and management with various levels of responsibility building successful teams while managing an increasingly complex business environment. Successful leaders develop the strategies, plans, procedures, and policies that guide a business team in the short and long term. Successful leaders do so by coordinating human, financial, and material assets to achieve organizational objectives.

Students in the Entrepreneurship track receive the mentoring and develop the skills they need to start their own business or work in a business startup. Entrepreneurs are at the heart of job growth. Students with the intentions of one day leading their own business will benefit from this quality Department of Management program. In addition, students have numerous resources available on campus such as the Adams Center For Entrepreneurship and the Research Park at FAU to assist them with a start-up. Both tracks are designed to permit a dual major or minor in a targeted area of interest.

Which Management Major Is Right For Me?

The Department of Management offers three types of undergraduate programs. The first type is the International Business & Trade. In this program, the student completes the requirements of the Department of Management as well as the core business courses taken by all majors in the College of Business. The second type of program is on a liberal arts foundation and is called the Leadership & Entrepreneurship. The goal of the Leadership & Entrepreneurship Program is to provide students with a broad liberal arts education emphasizing the social sciences.

Please download the Program Sheet compiled by Student Academic Services for the most up-to-date information on Course Requirements for a major in International Business & Trade and on Course Requirements for a major in Leadership & Entrepreneurship.

Career Opportunities for Management Majors

The management major is both a business field as well as a social science field, the major provides relevant training for a wide variety of careers. Most management majors focus on the practical application of management in both the private and government sectors.

There are many career opportunities for a major in Management. Graduates can look forward to many popular jobs utilizing management in almost every industry.

  • At a corporation, managers can be found running companies and writing policies.
  • In the financial sector managers assess risk, evaluate clients and determine the best way to proceed forward with plans.
  • International organizations also regularly hire management majors.

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