Undergraduate

Management video

Your management degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln opens the door to:

Running a company or starting your own business
Developing leadership, communication and team-building abilities
Managing dynamic, high-performance work groups with diverse skills

We equip students with the essential skills to effectively manage people and resources in today's business systems and organizational structures. Our graduates are prepared to compete and succeed in the modern job market with a premiere Big Ten educational experience.

Requirements

Management Students

All business students, regardless of their major or interests in the College, will take the following course as part of the Business Core Intermediate Requirements:
MNGT 301 Introduction to Management

The following course will be taken as part of the Business Core Advanced Capstone requirement:
MNGT 475 Business Policies and Strategies

Business Core Advanced-Major (BCA-M)

In addition to the College Degree Requirements, students will complete 21 hours of coursework for the management major. Students interested in pursuing the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in management will complete 9 hours of core management courses and one management option consisting of four courses (12 credit hours) to meet the requirements for the Business Core Advanced-Major (BCA-M).

Core Management Courses (9 hours):

  • MNGT 321 Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Organizations (ENTR 321)
  • MNGT 360 Managing Behavior in Organizations
  • MNGT 361 Human Resource Management

Degree Options

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The management major offers coursework in the following options of specialization:

Management majors must declare one of these specializations as a formal option within their major. Multiple options may not be chosen.


Specializations

Human Resource Management Option

Required Courses:

  • MNGT 461 Strategic Human Resource Management
  • MNGT 463 Compensation Administration
  • MNGT 464 Talent Acquisition and Staffing
  • MNGT 466 The Regulatory Environment for Employment and Labor (ECON 485)

Students pursuing the Human Resource Management option may wish to consider selecting from the following courses to fulfill elective requirements within the College.

  • MNGT 365 Managing Diversity in Organizations
  • MNGT 411 Leading People and Projects
  • MNGT 412 Negotiating and Conflict Management
  • MNGT 414 Leadership in a Global Context
  • ECON 481 Economics of the Labor Market

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Option

Required Courses:

  • MNGT 421/ENTR 421 Initiating and Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
  • MNGT 422/ENTR 422 Managing Rapid Growth and Change in Organizations
  • MNGT 423/ENTR 423 Business Plan Development and Decision Making
  • One course from the following list:
  • MNGT/ENTR 322 Family Business
  • MNGT 365 Managing Diversity in Organizations
  • MNGT 411 Leading People and Projects
  • MNGT 412 Negotiating and Conflict Management
  • MRKT 345 Market Research

Students pursuing the Entrepreneurship and Innovation option may wish to consider selecting from the following courses to fulfill elective requirements within the College.

  • MNGT 365 Managing Diversity in Organizations
  • MNGT 412 Negotiating and Conflict Management
  • MNGT 464 Talent Acquisition and Staffing
  • MRKT 345 Market Research

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General Management Option

This option is open to students who do not wish to specialize in one of the specified options of the management major. In addition to the three core courses for the management option, students must take 12 additional hours (four courses): three of these courses must be selected from the management options (Human Resource Management or Entrepreneurship), and one elective from the list of management courses (see bulletin).

Elective Management course (cannot be double counted with other degree requirements).

Students pursuing the General Management option may select from the course bulletin to fulfill elective requirements within the College of Business Administration.

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Additional Information

For detailed program requirements, visit http://bulletin.unl.edu/undergraduate/major/Management.

For course descriptions, visit http://bulletin.unl.edu/undergraduate/major/Management/courses.

If you would like more information regarding the undergraduate program in the Department of Management, contact:

University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Undergraduate Programs

CBA 114
1240 R Street

P.O. Box 880405

Lincoln, NE 68588-0405

+1-402-472-2310

cbaundergrad@unl.edu


For more information on majors in the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska, go to http://www.cba.unl.edu/programs/

Contact

Duchon, Dennis
Chair, Department of Management

Management

CBA 207A
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
Mailing Address
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Department of Management
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
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University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Department of Management
CBA 209
1240 R Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491