The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Management is an academic program designed for the working professional employed in a business or public organization.
This program stresses skill development in the areas of management, decision-making, organizational behavior, and negotiation and conflict resolution.
The curriculum will be completed in the order established by Indiana Wesleyan University. Indiana Wesleyan University reserves the right to modify the curriculum as necessary.
The same courses offered in the classroom setting are generally also offered via the Internet. Details are available at Online-Delivery.
Human Resource Management Specialization Option:
Management students have the option of adding a specialization of Human Resource Management by completing the Management core requirements (the specialization includes six hours of management core courses: MGT-435 and MGT-490), satisfying the foundational business course requirements, completing an additional six hours of Human Resource courses (MGT-470 and MGT-494), and pursuing an HR oriented project in ADM-495. Upon successful completion of this specialization, students should be equipped to:
Management students wishing to complete the Human Resource Management specialization also need to complete the following foundational business course requirements in order to comply with SHRM guidelines:
These courses may be completed at IWU or transferred in.
The minor in Management is available to a bachelor degree seeking student in the College of Adult and Professional Studies. Courses may not count toward both a minor and a major. Six of the credits for the minor may be earned through transfer of courses from an accredited institution, through credit by examination, or through an IWU Assessed Learning Portfolio.