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BS Management

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: Human Resources, Labor Relations, Benefits and Compensation Management, General Management, Leadership, International Management, Strategic Planning and Implementation and Recruiting
Employers: Energy Companies, Government Agencies, Financial Institutions, 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:
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  • Evaluate a firm’s competitive environment
  • Evaluate a firm's resources and capabilities
  • Identify important managerial issues
  • Address issues of implementation
  • Communicate managerial issues and arguments effectively


Management majors must select one of the following concentrations:

Human Resource Management - The human resource management concentration requires students take nine hours of advanced HR focused classes which can include Employee Selection & Placement, Compensation Administration and Legal Issues in HRM plus six hours of electives. HR Concentration requirements are aligned with the Society for Human Resource Management's Curriculum Guidelines.

International Management - The international management concentration allows students to build their knowledge and skill in international management. Coursework is taken within the management department and in other departments to build the student's understanding of the complexity of international management and the cultural context of business. (effective fall 2017)

Strategic Leadership​ - The strategic leadership concentration provides students with a broad-based understa​nding of the role of management and leadership in today's business environment. It focuses on such topics as decision making, the leadership role of the CEO, and dealing with management successes and failures. (effective fall 2017)​​

Note: Entrepreneurship and General Management concentrations will be discontinued at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year. Any student currentlly enrolled in either concentration can complete the concentration. For more information, please email or call  225-578-3211.

LSU Honors College

LSU Honors College provides the opportunity for exceptional students to earn the upper-division honors distinction along with the bachelor's in management. 

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