The Management program teaches you to view the problems of enterprise management from a broad perspective and the impact that management decisions have throughout an organization. The program integrates courses from all critical functional areas. With a degree in this program you can pursue a career in a vast array of business organizations, large and small, including your own entrepreneurial ventures.
As a Business student in the Management program at Roger Williams University you will learn how to budget, organize, plan, hire, direct, control and otherwise manage complex organizations. You will be challenged to think about issues such as diversity, ethics, politics and the many other dynamics that play a role in every work environment. The Management program at RWU is characterized by a broad variety of classes ranging from managing human resources to planning and control. Academic coursework is complemented by an internship requirement, which provides a hands-on component that amplifies the concepts taught in the classroom, and you will have great flexibility in choosing electives to fit your interests.
As with all majors at RWU, the Management program offers numerous opportunities for student/faculty research and presentations. Recently, two projects, “The Impact of 'Green Collar Workers' on Organizations” and “Leadership for the Next Generation” were presented at the Northeast Decision Sciences Annual Meeting.
In addition to satisfying the University Core Curriculum and Business Core requirements, management majors must complete the following courses:
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Management Electives: four courses (any Management (MGMT) courses, exclusive of Business Core requirements)
Business/Non-Business Electives: two courses (any ACCTG, BUSN, FNCE, IB, MGMT or MRKT course, exclusive of Business Core requirements, or any other course)
MGMT 302 – Organizational Behavior
Prerequisite: MGMT 200 This course helps students to develop a better understanding of human behavior in an organizational environment. Topics will include motivation, job design, leadership and diversity management. (3 credits) Spring
MGMT 310 – Human Resource Management
Prerequisites: MGMT 200 Introduction to the theories and practices of corporate personnel management. Topics include planning, staffing, training and development, reward systems, labor relations, personnel law, and international human-resources management. (3 credits) Fall
MGMT 469 – Management COOP
Prerequisites: Junior standing and consent of instructor This course provides academic credit for a supervised professional experience in a field related to business management. (3 credits) By arrangement
Assistant Dean/Director of The Leadership Institute, Assistant Professor of Management