The Management Major: Options
Option I: Entrepreneurship, Innovation, & Technology Management
This option prepares students to take an entrepreneurial approach to managing in any organizational context, including large organizations as well as new startups. It is also suitable for students who intend to run their own businesses. Three additional courses are required for those students selecting this option:
MGT 3604: E-Management: Concepts and Skills
This course provides cutting edge experiences, skills, and knowledge in for management majors and other College of Business e-Commerce students who are concerned with the digital transformation of business. Within a context that examines fundamental changes in management due to the Internet Revolution which are as dramatic as the Industrial Revolution, three themes will be pursued: (1) how these organizations are different from traditional organizations, (2) new implications for knowledge sharing, knowledge management, and communication, and (3) e-based techniques for leadership practices. PRE: 3304.
MGT 4064: Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurial Leadership
This course examines the leader's role and required skills for new venture creation and fostering innovation and technology development. Pre: 3304, senior standing.
MGT 4074: Applied Small Business Consulting
Application of accounting, finance, marketing, management, information technology, and management science concepts to small business cases. On-site consultation with existing firms. Through the experiential studies, students will explore the role of "pro bono" work in the management field. PRE: 3304, Pamplin College of Business senior or graduate standing.