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Management and Entrepreneurship

Chairperson:  Mike Pesch
Address: 439 Centennial Hall
Phone: 320.308.3225
Email: management@stcloudstate.edu
Website: www.stcloudstate.edu/management

BS in Management (79 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level Business School courses. Department permission required for all other students.
  • Some of the required courses will count in the Liberal Education Program.

Program Requirements

Upper Division Business Core (21 credits): These courses taken after admittance to HBS Upper Division Status: FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 301, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 320, MKTG 333 or ENGL 332 or CMST 341. Management Major required courses (12 credits): MGMT 352, MGMT 365, MGMT 467, and MGMT 470.

Electives

Select four courses (12 credits): MGMT 344, MGMT 364, MGMT 444, MGMT 450, MGMT 451, MGMT 452, MGMT 453, MGMT 462, MGMT 483, MGMT 484, MGMT 485, MGMT 486, MGMT 498; BLAW 436, BLAW 438; CMST 330; ECON 417, ECON 471, ECON 474; FIRE 373, FIRE 375, FIRE 378, FIRE 386, FIRE 474, FIRE 475, FIRE 476, FIRE 479, FIRE 480; IS 301, IS 450, IS 454, IS 460, PSY 270, PSY 360; SOC 456. At least 3 of the 4 courses must be MGMT. If a Speech course is taken for elective credit, it may not be used to fulfill the Herberger Business School communication requirement.

Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing MGMT 467.


BS in Management - Operations Management Concentration (79 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level Business School courses. Department permission required for all other students.
  • Some of the required courses will count in the Liberal Education Program.

Program Requirements

Upper Division Business Core (21 credits): These courses taken after admittance to HBS Upper Division Status: FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 301, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 320, MKTG 333 or ENGL 332 or CMST 341. Management Major-Operations Management Concentration required courses (24 credits): MGMT 352, MGMT 365, MGMT 467, MGMT 470, MGMT 483, MGMT 484, MGMT 485, MGMT 486.



Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing MGMT 467.


BS in Management - Global Business Concentration (79 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level Business School courses. Department permission required for all other students.
  • Some of the required courses will count in the Liberal Education Program.
  • The Global Business concentration requires certification of a threshold level of competence in one foreign language. This level can be attained by satisfactorily completing one year of 200-level sequence of courses or by passing an examination administered through the Languages and Cultures Department, which will provide a certificate of competence to the Office of Records and Registration prior to graduation.

Program Requirements

Upper Division Business Core (21 credits): These courses taken after admittance to HBS Upper Division Status: FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 301, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 320, MKTG 333 or ENGL 332 or CMST 341. Management Major-Global Business Concentration required courses (24 credits): MGMT 352, MGMT 365, MGMT 467, MGMT 470, MKTG 416, FIRE 473, ECON 474, and either HBS 410 or HBS 479 or other credit bearing international experience as approved by advisor.



Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing MGMT 467.


BS in Management - Human Resources Concentration (79 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level Business School courses. Department permission required for all other students.
  • Some of the required courses will count in the Liberal Education Program.

Program Requirements

Upper Division Business Core (21 credits): These courses taken after admittance to HBS Upper Division Status: FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 301, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 320, MKTG 333 or ENGL 332 or CMST 341. Management Major-Human Resources required courses (24 credits): MGMT 352, MGMT 365, MGMT 467, MGMT 470, MGMT 450, MGMT 451, MGMT 452, MGMT 453.



Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing MGMT 467.


BS in Entrepreneurship (30 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

Notes

  • Only students admitted to a business major or minor program and who have completed 60 semester credits (junior standing) may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.
  • See Pre-Business Advising Office for communication electives.

Program Requirements

Upper Division Business Core: These courses taken after admittance to a major: FIRE 371, IS 340, MGMT 301, MGMT 383, MGMT 497, MKTG 320, MKTG 333 (or other approved communication elective), PHIL 484. Entrepreneurship Major Courses (30 credits): FIRE 372; MGMT 352; MKTG 322, MKTG 402, MKTG 403. Select one: MGMT 364 or MGMT 462. Select two: IS 350; MGMT 485, MGMT 486; MKTG 321, MKTG 333, MKTG 415, MKTG 416, MKTG 419. Select one: ACCT 371, ACCT 482; BLAW 433, BLAW 434, BLAW 435, BLAW 436, BLAW 437, BLAW 438. Capstone Experience: MGMT 498 or MGMT 444.



Students fulfill the University's Upper Division Writing Requirement by successfully completing MGMT 364 or MGMT 462.


Minor in Management - Business Majors (15 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

MGMT 365

Electives

Four (4) 300-400 level MGMT courses (12 credits). Select from MGMT 352, MGMT 364, MGMT 450, MGMT 451, MGMT 452, MGMT 453, MGMT 462, MGMT 467, MGMT 470, MGMT 483, MGMT 484, MGMT 485, MGMT 486, MGMT 498

Minor in Global Business (15 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

MKTG 416, ECON 474, FIRE 473, MGMT 470, and either HBS 410 or HBS 479 or other credit bearing international experience as approved by advisor.



Minor in Management - Non-Business Majors and BES (24 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Non-business majors who elect to minor in business may take no more than 30 credits of their total university work in the Herberger Business School.
  • Only business majors with HBS Upper Division Status or admitted business minors may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

ACCT 291; MGMT 301; BLAW 235; MKTG 320

Electives

Four 300-400 level courses (12 credits). Select from MGMT 352, MGMT 364, MGMT 365, MGMT 450, MGMT 451, MGMT 452, MGMT 453, MGMT 462, MGMT 467, MGMT 470, MGMT 483, MGMT 484, MGMT 485, MGMT 486, MGMT 498. At least 3 of the courses must be from the MGMT department and all 4 electives must be from the Herberger Business School. One course may be from ACCT, BLAW, FIRE, IS, or MKTG with MGMT Minor Adviser approval.

Minor in Entrepreneurship - Non-Business (24 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Non-business majors who elect to minor in business may take no more than 30 credits of their total university work in the Herberger Business School.
  • Only students admitted to a business major or minor program and who have completed 60 semester credits (junior standing) may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

ACCT 291; BLAW 235; MGMT 301; MKTG 320.

Electives

Select 12 credits (no more than 2 courses from any area): ACCT 371, ACCT 482; IS 350; BLAW 433, BLAW 434, BLAW 435, BLAW 436, BLAW 437, BLAW 438; FIRE 372; MGMT 352, MGMT 364 or MGMT 462, MGMT 485, MGMT 486; MKTG 321, MKTG 322, MKTG 333, MKTG 402, MKTG 403, MKTG 413, MKTG 416, MKTG 419.

Minor in Entrepreneurship-BES (24 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Non-business majors who elect to minor in business may take no more than 30 credits of their total university work in the Herberger Business School.
  • Only students admitted to a business major or minor program and who have completed 60 semester credits (junior standing) may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

ACCT 291; BLAW 235; MGMT 301; MKTG 320.

Electives

Select 12 credits (no more than 2 courses from any area): ACCT 371, ACCT 482; IS 350; BLAW 433, BLAW 434, BLAW 435, BLAW 436, BLAW 437, BLAW 438; FIRE 372; MGMT 352, MGMT 364 or MGMT 462, MGMT 485, MGMT 486; MKTG 321, MKTG 322, MKTG 333, MKTG 402, MKTG 403, MKTG 413, MKTG 416, MKTG 419.

Minor in Global Business Minor for Non-Business Majors (24 credits) View Details


Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.65
  • Admitted to a major

Notes

  • Non-business majors who elect to minor in business may take no more than 30 credits of their total university work in the Herberger Business School.
  • Only students admitted to a major and who have completed 60 semester credits (junior standing) may enroll in 300 and 400 level courses. Department permission required for all other students.

Program Requirements

ACCT 291, MGMT 301, BLAW 235, MKTG 320, FIRE 371

Electives

Three(3) 300-400 electives selected from the following list: MGMT 470, BLAW 437, MKTG 416, ECON 474 or FIRE 473, HBS 410 or HBS 479 or other credit bearing international experience as approved by advisor.





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