Management is the most broadly focused of Stonehill's Business majors. Building on the strong business core curriculum, you will study human resources management along with managerial negotiations and decision making. You're then able to select an additional four courses in the major that are closely tailed to your personal career path.
The role of management is to guide and direct an organization toward accomplishing it goals. Its primary functions include planning, organizing, leading and controlling.
The Management Program at Stonehill is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge in each of these areas using several tools:
- Classroom lectures and discussions
- Case studies
- Team projects
- Research reports
The program design places major emphasis on the development of analytical, conceptual and professional skills necessary for managerial success. In line with the current concerns of the business community, particular focus is placed on ethical values, the behavioral sciences and international operations.
Because of the general nature of the concentration, it not only meets the needs of students seeking a management career but also serves those students who have yet to select a career direction and are primarily interested in a broad-based exposure to business administration.
To review Management program requirements and course offerings, please visit our course catalog (Hill Book).
Professor James Lee
Office: Stanger 205