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Department of Marketing and Management

Chair and Professor: Dr. Cangelosi, 450-3149
Professors: Dr. Bradley, Dr. Chen, Dr. Gatlin-Watts, Dr. Rubach
Associate Professors: Dr. Kim, Dr. Fisher, Dr. Hargis
Assistant Professors: Dr. Chan, Dr. McCalman, Dr. Myers, Dr. Nadler, Dr. Voss
Instructors: Mr. Bartos, Ms. Carson, Mr. Isanhart
Visiting Assistant Professor: Dr. Robbins

[1] Objectives

The Department of Marketing and Management offers major programs of study designed to prepare students for careers in three key areas of business: marketing, management, and innovation and entrepreneurship. The marketing major provides a background for employment opportunities in promotion, retailing, sales, and marketing management. The management major develops decision-making, organizing, and interaction skills needed at all levels of administration. The new innovation and entrepreneurship major provides creative and practical knowledge and experience needed to become a successful business owner or valued asset in corporate, governmental, and non-profit organizations across a variety of fields.

[2] Departmental Undergraduate Scholars Program

Seniors, with the consent of their advisor and the department chair, having a grade point average of at least 3.25, may participate in a departmental honors program which, when successfully completed, will allow the student to graduate as an undergraduate scholar. The marketing major will be required to complete MKTG 4390 Special Problems in Marketing, and the management major must complete MGMT 4390 Special Problems in Management. In each case the student will complete a research paper based on individual study and written under the direction of a faculty member.

[3] Baccalaureate Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration

[3.1] Management

The degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in management requires successful completion of 120 hours including (1) the general education component; (2) the BBA foundation and core requirements; (3) the major requirements listed below; and (4) electives to bring total credit hours to 120.

[3.1.1] Major in Management (24 hours)

Required (9 hours):  MGMT 3346, 4341 and 4348 and;

Electives (9 hours) of upper-division management courses chosen from:  MGMT 3300, 3305, 3310, 3315, 3342, 3349, 3350, 3351, 3352, 3365, 3375, 3382, 4315, 4320, 4382, 4390; and (6 hours) chosen from remaining upper-division management courses and/or MKTG 3351, 3372, 4355.

[3.1.2] Supply Chain Management Emphasis (15 hours)

Fifteen hours consisting of  MKTG/MGMT 3365, 3375, MGMT 3352, 3344 and 4341

[3.1.3] Minor in Management (21 hours)

Not open to students earning a BBA degree.

MGMT 2341 and 18 hours selected from the following: MGMT 3300, 3305, 3310, 3315, 3342, 3346, 3349, 3350, 3351, 3352, 3365, 3375, 4315, 4320, 4341, 4348, 4390 and/or MKTG 2350, 3351, 3372 (only six credit hours of which may be marketing courses).

[3.2] Marketing

The degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in marketing requires successful completion of 120 hours, including (1) the general education component; (2) the BBA foundation and core requirements; (3) the major requirements listed below; and (4) electives to bring total credit hours to 120.

[3.2.1] Major in Marketing (24 hours)

Required (9 hours):  MKTG 4353, 4354, 4355, and;

Electives (15 hours) chosen from: MKTG 3351, 3356, 3360, 3365, 3371, 3372, 3373, 3375, 3382, 4320, 4360, 4361, 4362, 4370, 4382, 4390; MGMT 3305, 3310, 3315, 3342, 3346, 3349, 3352.

[3.2.2] Supply Chain Management Emphasis (15 hours)

Fifteen hours consisting of  MKTG/MGMT 3365, 3375, MGMT 3352, 3344 and 4341

[3.2.3] Minor in Marketing (21 hours)

Not open to students earning a BBA degree.

MKTG 2350 and 18 hours from the following: MKTG 3351, 3356, 3360, 3365, 3371, 3372, 3373, 3375, 4320, 4360, 4361, 4362, 4370, 4390; MGMT 2341, 3305, 3310, 3315, 3342, 3346, 3349, 3352 (only six credit hours of which may be management courses).

[3.3] Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The degree of Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Innovation and Entrepreneurship requires successful completion of 120 hours, including (1) the general education component; (2) the BBA foundation and core requirements; (3) the major requirements listed below; and (4) electives to bring total credit hours to 120.

[3.3.1] Major in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (24 hours)

Required: ACCT 3376, FINA 4376, MKTG 3376, MGMT 3346, 3349, 4376; and any two upper-division elective courses in consultation with the academic advisor.

[4] Courses in Management (MGMT)

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[5] Courses in Marketing (MKTG)

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