Why choose the Management program at the undergraduate level?
What do students have to say about the undergraduate Management program?
"I feel some of the best knowledge I gathered from the Undergraduate Program at UWF was the fact that to be truly successful in business one must always think of the future. I have had the opportunity to work for 2 rather large companies and there are bold contrasts between the two. The first which was a drug store chain only had short term objectives in mind and they did not think of the ramification of what their actions today did for business in the future. Needless to say that drug chain no longer exists. My 2nd company which is a financial institution has the future in mind because they know what actions they take now will affect their business not only now but in the long term."
What careers have Management students pursued?
|Healthcare Management||Retail Management|
|Public Relations||Management Consultant|
|Sales Manager||Human Resources Manager|
|Operations Manager||Management Development|
Who hires our Management graduates?
There are many companies, in Northwest Florida and outside of the local area, that have hired our Management graduates. Here is a sample list of employers:
|Boeing||Bank of America|
|Baptist Hospital||Sacred Heart Hospital|
|US Coast Guard||US Army|
What will you learn in the program?
The Management undergraduate degree program is for people who aim for or hold positions of organizational leadership. Management encompasses a variety of leadership skills, and the management program builds administrative competence. The orientation is toward effective utilization of resources and information and the direction of human affairs in a complex changing environment. View the Academic Learning Compact (PDF) to see the Student Learning Outcomes for the Management undergraduate degree program organized under five domains: Content, Critical Thinking, Communication, Integrity / Values, and Project Management.
What are the program requirements?
Whom should I contact for more information?
If you would like more information on the Management undergraduate degree program, or would like schedule an appointment to speak with an advisor in the Department of Management and Management Information Systems, please feel free to contact us by e-mail, or by phone (850.474.2316). Please visit the B.S.B.A. in Management web page to view the current degree plan.