With a concentration in management, you will study the analysis and development of organizational design and change, trends in human resource management and utilization, and best practices in leadership, teamwork, and diversity. You will also study negotiation and motivation strategies for individuals and teams, domestic and international supply chain management, project management concepts and theories, training and development, and more.

Managers are found in every industry and organizations of all sizes, including for-profit and non-profit enterprises.

As an entry-level manager, you will get the skills and experience you need to launch your career. As you progress, you’ll become more proficient in the interpersonal, organizational, and management areas required to work your way to middle management and even achieve executive status. You’ll be required to deliver products and services that are on time, on budget, and on target as it relates to strategic business plans.

Your IU degree will prepare you for careers as an organizational planner, corporate trainer, project scheduler, human resource director, business consultant, general manager in a manufacturing operation, or a small business owner and entrepreneur.

As a Division of Business graduate who has completed the management concentration, you might also choose additional study, like:

The management classroom is dynamic and transactional; our goal is to develop the capabilities to manage and lead in the continually changing and challenging business environment. 

Kevin Jones, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Management

How do you earn a degree in management?

To earn an Indiana University Bachelor of Science in Business with an management concentration, you will complete 120 credit hours of coursework. Most courses are 3 credit hours each but some vary. Of the total credit hours for the management concentration, 36 come from general education courses, 39 from core business courses, 27 are elective credit hours, and 18 are from upper level management courses.

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Academic advising

As a business student at IUPUC, you'll work closely with your academic advisor to select and register for classes that apply toward your degree program. Your advisor will help you monitor your progress to ensure you are on the right track to a successful career in management. However, professional academic advising goes well beyond scheduling classes.

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Internships are an important part of your management education. They enable you to apply theories learned in the classroom to real-world business settings. They are also excellent opportunities for resume-building and better employment prospects after graduation.

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Learn more about other concentrations

In addition to management, you can also earn concentrations in supply chain managementaccounting, financehealth services administration, innovation management, and marketing.