Major in Management

Use business principles to solve complex issues—in the corporate, government, or nonprofit world

With a major in Management, you’ll graduate with leadership skills that you can take with you inside corporate board rooms, to committee meetings with elected officials, or to budget hearings on behalf of a government agency.

You’ll study many of the same topics as in a business management major but with a special focus on the public and nonprofit arenas. You'll also have opportunities to explore global issues in management by studying abroad in France or Bavaria.

Some of the places our recent grads have landed include: Deloitte, Amazon, Crowe Horwath, Riley Children’s Hospital, Oracle, Allstate, and IU Health.

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Samuel Perlen, BSPA ’19

Human Resources Associate

FedEx Services
Nashville, Tenn.

“One benefit of a management major is the variety of job opportunities it can lead to. Management skills are needed in industries in all three sectors—private, public, nonprofit—including advertising, healthcare, insurance, hospitality, human resources and manufacturing.”

—Cheryl Hughes, Senior Lecturer