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C.W. Post Campus Department of Management

Management - Undergraduate

Overview of Management

The 21st century will be more challenging to managers than any preceding decade. The Management Department curriculum helps students develop analytical and behavioral skills needed to face managerial challenges in a global economy.

The primary function of managers is to creatively solve problems and/or facilitate the problem solving efforts of others. Students develop an understanding of this function through the management process of creative problem solving in planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The roles and behaviors expected of managers are explained and the skills required to be a successful manager are developed. Courses include Management, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Management Information Systems, Operations Management, Business Policy, International Management and Management of Technology.

Typical Program in Management

Junior Year

Credits
Language/Literature 6
Finance 11, 12 6
Management Elective 9
Social Science Core 6
Quantitative Analysis 19 3
  30

Senior Year

Credits
Management 71 3
Fine Art 6
Law 13 3
Management 14, 81 6
Business Elective 6
Liberal Arts Elective

6

 

30

 
Long Island University C.W. Post Campus College of Management