From law to economics to accounting, students in the Business major learn that knowing a little about a lot is what others regard as wisdom. But the skills learned in the Business major’s required courses lead to more than a “bigger picture” understanding of the economy—they lead to an economy where Culverhouse students are the picture’s subject and focal point.
Classes required for various specialization paths may vary.
The Management major provides students the opportunity to develop analytical and interpersonal skills that create value for any enterprise. Students learn to efficiently organize and use the organization’s assets, especially its human assets, in a manner appropriate to 21st-century enterprises. Students develop their skills and talents through 27 hours of course work , including one foundational course, Leadership and Ethics, and a collection of eight courses within one specialized area, or specialization. The three specializations that may be applied toward the Management major are: Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Analytics, and Human Resource Management. These specializations provide students with the in-depth knowledge and experiences necessary to compete in today’s complex marketplace. Many graduates secure careers in such fields as corporate development, family business, healthcare analytics, human resource management and corporate communication. Others choose to continue their education by attending some of the best graduate programs in the nation.