School of Business

Management Concentration

The management concentration provides students with a broad set of skills, knowledge, and perspectives so they can pursue careers in a variety of organizations and industries and deal with the realities of numerous job and career changes following graduation. Also, the management concentration provides a solid foundation for graduate study in MBA programs or law school. The management concentration focuses on topics fundamental to the success of leaders and organizations.

Management, where the student focuses on acquiring decision-making and implementation skills, is designed to provide ethical strategic direction to businesses in a global setting. The management concentrations differ from other business concentrations in that it focuses on between-function issues whereas other concentrations focus primarily on within-functional issues.

Concentration Requirements

21 semester hours
BA 341. Financial Statement Analysis
BA 430. Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management
BA 432. Human Resource Management
BA 455. Leadership
BA 480. Quality Management

Electives: Choose two from:
ECON 313. Financial Institutions and Markets
BA 331. Organizational Behavior
BA 425. Sales Management
BA 431. Investment Management
BA 434. Facilities and Event Management
BA 470. Management Internship
BA 499. Business Directed “Maymester”

Course Descriptions

Find additional information about courses and concentrations in the Piedmont College Catalog.

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