Students choose to concentrate in this area for many reasons, but it is especially attractive to those students who are preparing for the management of a family business or for those who want a broad management background as preparation for law school.
The Undergraduate Associate Dean coordinates the General Management concentration.
Concentration in General Management
Choose two areas and meet the criteria specified by the departments. Usually, this involves one required course and a choice of an elective.
Note: Students who have elected another concentration within the Carroll School of Management as well as the General Management concentration must select areas different from their other CSOM concentration as they pursue General Management.
- ACCT3301 Financial Accounting Standards and Theory I
- ACCT3302 Financial Accounting Standards and Theory II
- ACCT3307 Managerial Cost and Strategic Analysis
Plus one elective:
- ACCT3351 Financial Statement Analysis
- ACCT4405 Federal Taxation
- ACCT6618 Accounting Information Systems
- MFIN1127 Corporate Finance
- MFIN1151 Investments
Required: Pick two of the following three areas and choose one course from each area:
- Programming: ISYS2160 Intro to Programming Using Swift or ISYS2170 Physical Computing or ISYS2180 Web Applications Development
- Data: ISYS3257 Database Systems and Applications or ISYS3350 Data Management for Analytics and Applications
- Analysis and Design: ISYS4258 Systems Analysis and Design
Management and Organization
- MGMT2127 Leadership
Choose one additional MGMT elective course other than MGMT1021, MGMT3099, or MGMT2127
- MKTG2153 Customer Research for Marketing Decisions or MKTG4256 Applied Marketing Management
Choose one additional MKTG elective course.
- BZAN3375 Operations Strategy and Consulting
Choose 1 Elective:
- BZAN2255 Managing Projects
- BZAN3307/6607 Machine Learning for Business Intelligence
- BZAN3310 Sports Analytics
- BZAN3332/6632 Supply Chain Management
- BZAN3384 Predictive Analytics
- BZAN6604 Management Science
- BZAN6605 Risk Analysis and Simulation
- BZAN6606 Forecasting Techniques
- BZAN6614 Quality Management