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Lumberjacks make great leaders

Do you want to use your leadership and planning skills in the real world? The management major will give you the foundation you need to thrive in leadership roles in a variety of industries. And if you’re an entrepreneurial Lumberjack, a management degree with an entrepreneurship minor can give you the skills needed to set off on your own in the business world.

B.B.A. in Management

Students pursuing a B.B.A. with a major in management must complete the core business degree requirements, plus the following:

  • University Core Curriculum – B.B.A. track
  • B.B.A. Foundation Curriculum: ACC 231, 232; BCM 247; BLW 335; ECO 231, 232, 339; FIN 333; GBU 325; MGT 272, 370, 371, 463; MKT 351; Two Hours General Electives
  • MTH 220
  • MGT 422, 472
  • 3-6 hours from MGT 380, MKT 455, or ACC 333
  • 9-12 additional hours in advanced management courses

Major Academic Planner

*See General Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements

Minor in Management

The management minor is valuable for all business and non-business students, and pairs well with any leadership-related degree or career path. The following courses are required:

B.B.A. Candidates:

  • 9 additional advanced management courses

Non-B.B.A. Candidates:

  • MGT 370
  • 15 additional advanced management courses

*See General Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements

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The Department of Management & Marketing
Fax: 936.468.1600
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McGee Business Building
Suite 403

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13070, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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