Management is the art and science of achieving results through the efforts of others. The courses in our Department will help you utilize human, financial, and physical resources to achieve results effectively and efficiently. Whether you are looking for a job or looking to be promoted, technical skills are necessary, but not sufficient. Regardless of your major, employers are looking for people with demonstrated competence in creativity, communication, teamwork, leadership, and the ability to successfully manage complex projects. Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Economics, and Equine administration represent technical skills. The Management Major and Minor will give you the confidence and competence to apply those skills for your future career.
Degrees in Management
Major in Management
The curriculum for the Management Major was designed by our faculty to target the most essential skills and knowledge that employers are seeking in new hires. The Management major provides the most diverse career opportunities of any business major. You’ll develop skills in managerial analytics, human resource management, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication). A required internship gives you vital real-world management experience that will make you a top pick for employers.
The Management Major is the best choice available for students who want jobs such as:
- Project Managers: Average salary in Louisville $71,600*
- Production Supervisors: Average salary in Louisville $65,643*
- Retail Store Managers: Average salary in Louisville $57,406*
- Human Resource Specialists: Average salary in Louisville $54,370*
*Source: Salary.comManagement Courses
Minor in Management
Increase your competitiveness in the job market with a Minor in Management. You will develop a greater appreciation for this broad area of business knowledge and build additional skill sets that have universal value–project management skills, communication skills, problem solving, teamwork, leadership, creativity, human resources, and appreciation for diversity. These are requisite skills for all organizations going forward that will expand your employment opportunities beyond those supported by your major.
More information:Minor in Management
Department of Management
College of Business
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: (502) 852-7830