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As a management major, you’ll gain a solid foundation in all aspects of management, including presentational speaking, organizational behavior, human resources, operations and business analytics.
Networking is key in business, and it’s key in the College of Business Administration, too. With our small class sizes, you’ll get to know your professors and they will get to know you. In fact, you’ll be assigned a faculty advisor who will mentor you from day one until graduation. You’ll also interact with and learn from business leaders, senior executives, entrepreneurs and ONU alumni who’ve forged amazing careers in many different fields.
Your management program will blend rigorous coursework with real-world learning. You’ll work with actual companies to solve problems in fields such as human resources, manage processes associated with manufacturing and devise an actual strategic plan. You’ll hone skills in leadership, teamwork, creativity and entrepreneurship.
Upon graduation, you’ll be ready for whatever the future holds, whether it’s managing a small business workforce, leading project teams for a Fortune 500 company or starting your own business.
SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT (SAM)
SAM is a student organization geared toward students who want to develop management skills and expertise. The group sponsors several social and community service events each year. In recent years, ONU teams have garnered top placements – beating out teams from business schools across the country – at the Student Case Competition held during the SAM International Business Conference. In addition, they host an ethics case competition for freshmen business students.
Imagine traveling to a big city and meeting with senior executives from top companies – as an undergraduate student! The Executive Classroom is a special course that focuses on leadership and teamwork. The course’s cornerstone is a trip to a major metropolitan area for intense days of meetings, networking and cultural activities. Past classes have traveled to Chicago and visited the Chicago Bears, JP Morgan Chase, AT&T, Deloitte, On Target Performance Group, Harbor Capital Advisors and Cook County Hospital.
Your internship gives you a chance to work in the field and build your résumé. We help you obtain an internship that matches your interests and career aspirations. While many students intern in Ohio, others choose to complete an internship in another state or internationally. Most internships are paid, and many result in offers of full-time employment upon graduation.
LAUREN BROWN BSBA WITH A MAJOR IN MANAGEMENT ’14
ONU taught me that networking and building relationships is the foundation of success. The management program provided me with opportunities to travel across the country to partake in competitions, conferences and presentations – all while expanding my network as I met students and professionals from all over the world. Today, with C10, I do just that. I travel across the U.S. connecting IT leaders through unique experiences.
Lauren Brown graduated from ONU in 2014 with a BSBA in management. She is now the executive coordinator at C10 in Denver, Colo., a firm that connects IT professionals with their peers and trusted partners. In this role, she works directly with senior IT executives across the nation to build and maintain lasting relationships. At ONU, she played soccer, served as editor of the yearbook, was president of the Society of the Advancement of Management, and completed an internship at Honda of America Manufacturing in Marysville, Ohio.
OUTCOMES AND COURSES
- 100 percent placement rate for management students in internships. ONU students land coveted spots at companies like Honda of America, Target Corporation, Charles Schwab and Crown Equipment Corporation.
- Our students consistently score in the 90th percentile on the Education Testing Services business exams.
- In the last five years, an average of 97 percent of our management majors were in full-time careers or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
You’ll need 120 credit hours to earn a BSBA in management. This includes 24 credit hours of
electives useful for customizing your program or adding a minor that will make you more attractive to potential employers.
As a management major, business foundation courses will be complemented by:
- Organizational Behavior
- Management Decision Making
- Human Resources Management
- International Management
- Supply Chain
WHERE WILL YOU END UP?
- Human resources
- Labor relations
- General management
- Administrative services
- Computer information systems
- Event planning
- Facilities manager
- Operations director
- Supply chain management
Companies that have recently hired our management students include Boeing, Crown Equipment Corporation, Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, Battelle Memorial Institute, International Paper and Emerson Climate Control.
Sharon RauschExecutive Administrative Assistant
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Ada, Ohio 45810
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