Management Program | Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • Management

    Management courses provide students with a knowledge of the administrative concepts necessary for a career in the modern Business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of the managerial process of Business organizations and the behavior of the people within them.

    In addition to required courses in Business, Accounting, and Economics, the student has the opportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.

    AIMS

    Management courses provide students with knowledge of the administrative concepts necessary for a career in the modern business world. Courses in this area teach the elements of the managerial process of business organizations and the behavior of the people within them. International Business Management In addition to required courses in business, accounting, and economics, the student has the opportunity to freely choose courses in the social sciences, physical sciences, and humanities.

    Assessment Learning Goals

    The faculty of the Department of Business shall achieve all department goals in a manner that will promote the teachings of the Catholic Church and comports with the University mission:

    • To provide an understanding of the influence and impact of government policy changes to economic variables and the interpretation of economic indicators.
    • To provide an understanding of basic accounting principles that will enable students to interpret basic financial statements.
    • To develop critical thinking skills that will enable students to contribute to organizational success.

    Specific program goals (All will include the general department goals): The student should:

    • Understand the fundamental terms, concepts, and theories related to management science.
    • Have the ability to analyze operational, strategic and human resource issues impacting an organization.
    • He able to understand the legal and ethical considerations of the relationship between the business entity and the environment to which it functions.

    Management Minor

    Complete the following courses ACC 204-205; MTH 156; BUS 101-102, 307, and 407, and one of the following: BUS 301, 308, or 404.

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