Management and Leadership Minor

The minor in Management and Leadership provides students with essential background, understanding, knowledge, and skill in the practice of management.

It also provides students with foundations and skills to complement the focus area of their respective majors and, importantly, enhance personal career plans.

The minor is comprised of 15 semester hours of study, including required management foundations (9 hours) and selected management electives (6 hours).

Required Courses:

  • M L 250 Interpersonal Effectiveness in Organizations
  • M L 350 Managing for Results in Organizations
  • M L 356 Human Resource Management
  • M L 357 Leadership and Interpersonal Behavior

Elective Courses (Choose two from the following):

  • MIS 173 Information Systems and Business Application
  • MIS 272 Mgmt. Applications of Personal Computers
  • MIS 276 E-Commerce
  • ENT 280 Entrepreneurial Creativity
  • M L 315 Principles of Risk Management
  • BLW 342 The Legal Environment of Business
  • BLW 345 Law of Business
  • M L 353 Operations Management
  • BLW 355 Labor-Management Relations
  • M L 358 Managerial Decision Making
  • MIS 378 Human/Computer Interaction & Usability Testing
  • MIS 379 Information Systems Security
  • ENT 381 Entrepreneurship for Non-Business Students
  • ENT 382 Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 383 Managing Entrepreneurial Growth
  • ENT 385 Technology Entrepreneurship
  • ENT 386 Social Entrepreneurship
  • BLW 395 Real Estate Principles
  • BLW 446 Employment Law
  • M L 456 Compensation Management
  • M L 457 HR Theory & Program Design
  • M L 459 Topics in Management
  • ENT 489 Topics in Entrepreneurship