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    The Ohio Dominican Division of Business faculty offers an undergraduate minor in Management which consists of six courses. The management minor focuses on the process of working with and through others to achieve organizational objectives. Today‘s manager must make effective decisions in the functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling in an increasingly complex, diverse, and dynamic environment.

    In establishing the undergraduate minor in Management, the faculty anticipated three types of students to be drawn to courses in administration: 1. Students who wish to learn about the management of organizations as a way of preparing for a career in business; 2. Students preparing for careers in other fields that require some knowledge of management; and 3. Students who expect to go on to graduate work in management who wish early guidance and undergraduate work appropriate to this career objective.

    Students are not permitted to complete both the minor in management and the business administration major with an emphasis in management; they must choose one or the other.

    Requirements for a Minor in Management

    For Prerequisites and Co-requisites please see course descriptions
    BUS 240 Management and Organizational Behavior 3
    BUS 265 Business Writing and Presentations 3
    BUS 343 Human Resource Management 3
    BUS 460 Contemporary Readings in Management 3
    Select two courses from the following: 6
    BUS 245 Labor Relations  
    BUS 279A CORE: Leadership and the Common Good  
    BUS 301 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation for Managers  
    BUS 305 Non-Profit Management  
    BUS 315 Gender and the Workplace  
    BUS 360 Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
    BUS 371 Sales Force Management and Leadership  
    BUS 373 Managing the Diverse Workforce  
    BUS 496 Advanced Readings in Management  
    ENV 279a CORE: Applied Sustainability  
    PSY 350 Psychology of Personality  
    Total Credits Required 18