Marietta's Management program produces graduates with the leadership skills today's managers need. As a major in the program, you'll study every aspect of management: information systems and technology, finance, operations, human resources, accounting, economics, marketing, and the legal environment. Then you'll learn what makes managers into leaders by taking advantage of the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business, where you'll work directly with leadership experts to work on your own leadership skills.
In both the department and the McDonough Center, you'll have the opportunity to see, hear, and meet with distinguished academic, business and government leaders, making connections that will last long after you leave Marietta.
As seniors, majors select one of two capstone courses, both of which integrate the knowledge that students have learned in their courses in accounting, human resource management, marketing, finance, and management and that exercise their research and communication skills. MNGT 453 focuses on corporations in international and domestic contexts. In MNGT 451 student teams work as consultants to local businesses. In these capstone courses, students examine a business strategy, and the execution of that strategy, as a major vehicle for sustaining and enhancing a firm’s competitive advantage in the complexities and constraints of the environments in which it operates. Student teams report their findings in a public presentation and make recommendations to enhance the performance of a business or corporation.
The Management faculty bring significant international experience to the classroom. Most have lived and worked in countries such as Brazil, China, and South Korea. While they are first and foremost teachers, they are also active researchers who involve you in their projects.
Courses required for the Management major include:
- Managing Organizations
- Foundations of American Leadership
- Leadership in Global Contexts
- The Legal Environment of Business
- Financial Management
- Management Information Systems
- Human Resource Management
- Production and Operations Management
- Principles of Marketing
- Management and Financial Accounting
- Micro- and Macroeconomics
- Writing for the Professions or Business Communication Seminar
- Business Ethics
- Senior Capstone Course: Business Consulting, or Business Policies and Practices
Accounting 201; Economics 211, Management 301, 315, 381; and Management Information Systems 220.
Requirements for a Minor
Organizations like to see resumes that include internships or consulting experience. That's why our internship program provides opportunities for work experience -- usually paid and for academic credit.
Clubs & Organizations
Management majors are eligible for Tau Pi Phi, the honor society for outstanding students in economics, management, and accounting.
After gaining some years of professional experience, many students graduating with one of the department's majors, enroll in Master of Business Administration programs or other graduate degrees.
You'll find Marietta graduates working as executives in companies all over the country. Some of our successful alumni are:
- District Property Manager, Insignia Management Group
- Assistant Vice President, Bank of New York
New York, NY
- Controller, The University Club
- International Account Coordinator, American International
- Tax Representative, PHH U.S. Mortgage
Mount Laurel, NJ
- Senior Customer Service Representative, Cigna Insurance Company
- Financial Consultant, The Equitable
New York, NY
- Electronic Client Services, PNC Bank
- Financial Management Planner, General Electric
- Peace Corps
The Jules Bourmorck and Julia Bourmorck Staats Memorial Scholarship provides scholarship support to a worthy and deserving junior or senior majoring in economics, management, and accounting.
The Douglas C. Greene Scholarship is awarded annually to students in the Business & Economics Department.
The Bert T. Glaze Scholarship recognizes pre-professional achievement in a rising junior or senior major in the Business & Economics Department.
The Economics, Management, and Accounting Department Scholarship recognizes outstanding scholarship in those fields. Recipients are juniors and seniors who have declared majors within the Business & Economics department and whose academic performance meets the department's requirements.
The Wen-Yu Cheng Scholarship is awarded to a rising senior in the Business & Economics Department.