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Kelley school of business

Kelley School of Business

Management Department

Concentrations & Minors


What is management

Strategy

Entrepreneur-

ship

YOU

Org. Behavior/ Human Resources

International

What is Management??


Concentrations

CONCENTRATIONS

  • Management

  • Entrepreneurship

  • International Studies

  • Also – Minors in:

    • Business

    • Entrepreneurship


Management

MANAGEMENT

  • For those interested in both the broad aspects of management & organization, as well as in developing skills for dealing with motivation, organizational design, & the complex problems of human resource allocations


Entrepreneurship

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • For those (now or in the future) wishing to own and operate their own business or those wishing work in an entrepreneurial role in a company


International studies

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

  • For those interested in an international position (now or in the future) and the impacts of globalization on the formation of business strategies


Faculty

Entrepreneurship

Jeffrey Covin

Catherine Daily

Joe Denekamp

Dan DeHayes

Marc Dollinger

Betsy Gatewood

Bill Haeberle

Harv Hegarty

Patricia McDougall

Tom Hustad

Greg Udell

International

Joe Denekamp

Chris Early

Roberto Garcia

Denny Organ

Arvind Parkhe

Alan Rugman

FACULTY


Faculty1

Org. Behavior / HR

Tim Baldwin

Keith Dayton

George Dreher

Chris Earley

Janet Near

Denny Organ

Phil Podsakoff

David Rubinstein

James Wimbush

Strategy

Jeff Covin

Catherine Daily

Dan DeHayes

Marc Dollinger

Harv Hegarty

Idie Kesner

Tom Lenz

Patricia McDougall

Janet Near

Arvind Parkhe

David Rubinstein

FACULTY


Course requirements

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • Management

    • Prerequisite: Z302: Managing & Behavior in Organizations

    • W430: Organizations & Organizational Change

    • Z404: Effective Negotiations

    • Z440: Personnel – Human Resource Mgmt

    • Z442: Leading & Motivating Indiv.’s & Teams

    • Z443: Developing Employee Skills

    • TBA: Management Skills for New Managers


Course requirements1

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • Entrepreneurship

    • A305 or F317

    • W211: Contemporary Entrepreneurship

    • W311: New Venture Creation

    • W406: Venture Growth Management

    • 1 of: Z404: Effective Negotiations; Z440: Personnel – Human Resource Mgmt; Z442: Leading & Motivating Individuals & Teams; or Z443: Developing Employee Skills

    • TBA: Conducting the Strategic Audit


Course requirements2

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • International Studies

    • 9 credit hours in addition to international dimension requirement.

    • Options for the 9 hours include:

      • Foreign Language (maximum of 6 credit hours of classes at “200” level or above)

      • International business & economics course work

      • Area studies course work

      • Overseas study


Course requirements3

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • Minor in Business

    • Complete 26 or more credit hours counting towards graduation, and

    • A200: Foundations of Accounting (or equivalent)

    • K201: The Computer in Business

      • (grade of “C” or higher)

      • CAS CS majors may substitute C211

    • L201: Legal Environments of Business

    • 4 of: F300: Intro Financial Management; G300: Intro to Managerial Economics; M300: Intro to Marketing; P300: Intro to Operations Mgmt.; Z302: Managing & Behavior in Organizations


Course requirements4

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  • Minor in Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

    • Complete 26 or more credit hours counting towards graduation, and

    • A200: Foundations of Accounting

      • (or: A100 and A201 or A202)

    • K201: The Computer in Business

      • (grade of “C” or higher)

    • L201: Legal Environments of Business

    • W211: Contemporary Entrepreneurship

    • W300: Small Business Management


Management dept web page

MANAGEMENT DEPT. WEB PAGE

http://www.bus.indiana.edu/academic/manweb


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