What is Management?
Management is the process of getting activities completed efficiently and effectively with and through other people. Planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting, and budgeting are all key factors and aspects of the overall function of an organization’s management.
Opportunities in Management
Areas: Office Systems, Operations, Personnel, Production, Quality Control
Employers: Financial Institutions, Government Agencies, Healthcare Industry, Manufacturing Firms, Nonprofit Organizations, Service Industries
BS in Management
The bachelor of management is a 120-hour program with several learning objectives for students:
- Evaluate a firm’s competitive environment
- Evauate a firm's resources and capabilities
- Identify important managerial issues
- Address issues of implementation
- Communicate managerial issues and arguments effectively
Students majoring in management will follow the General Business Administration curriculum for their first two years. Areas of concentration available to management majors are management, human resource management, and entrepreneurship. A minimum cumulative gpa of 3.0 and the completion of 30 hours is necessary to be accepted into the management major.
Scholarships and Internships
Scholarships and internships are available to students, and the LSU Honors College provides the opportunity for exceptional students to earn the upper-division honors distinction along with the bachelor's in economics.