College of Business & Economics

Department of Management

Business Administration Major: Management Concentration

The study of management is designed to provide a head start to students who aspire to lead enterprises, both big and small, rather than work in functional areas of business, such as finance, marketing or operations.

The management curriculum helps individuals make the transition from specialist to generalist; from analyst to integrator; from tactician to strategist; and from a team/organizational member to a leader. Management education at Towson University is more than learning business formulas, theories and principles. It subscribes to the vision that successful enterprise leadership is achieved when the leader is seen as being authentic, with passion for self-discovery and growth.

The requirements for the business administration major with the management concentration include 21 units of lower-level required courses, 33 units of upper-level business required courses, and 21 units of management courses. All major requirements must be completed with a GPA of 2.00 or higher.

These requirements are for catalog year 2013-2014. If your catalog year is different, please refer to your specific catalog to view the requirements. You may also refer to the correct Advising Form for your catalog year.

>> Suggested Course Sequence for the Management Concentration (PDF)

Lower-Level Required Courses (21-22 units)

Course Number Course Name
ACCT 201 or
ACCT 211
Principles of Financial Accounting (3) or
Honors Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
ACCT 202 or
ACCT 212
Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)or
Honors Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
ECON 201 or
ECON 203
Microeconomics Principles (3) or
Honors Microeconomic Principles (3)
ECON 202 or
ECON 204
Macroeconomics Principles (3) or
Honors Macroeconomic Principles (3)
LEGL 225 Legal Environment of Business (3)
MATH 211 or
MATH 273
Calculus for Applications (3) or
Calculus I (4)
ECON 205 or
MATH 231 or 233
Statistics for Business and Economics I (3) or
Basic Statistics (3) or Honors Basic Statistics (3)
Completion of the Computer Proficiency Exam (CPE) with a passing score of 70 percent or higher.

Upper-Level BUAD Required Courses (33 units)

Course Number Course Name
BUSX 301 Business Cornerstone (3)
Note: University Core: Advanced Writing Course (ENGL 317) is taken prior to or concurrent with BUSX 301.
BUSX 460 Professional Experience (3)
Note: Requires approved internship
EBTM 306 Fundamentals of Project Management and Business Decisions (3)
EBTM 337 Information Technology (3)
EBTM 311 Principles of e-Business (3)
EBTM 365 Principles of Operations Management (3)
FIN 331 Principles of Financial Management (3)
MKTG 341 Principles of Marketing (3)
MNGT 361 Principles of Management (3)
MNGT 481 Business Strategy and Policy (3)
MNGT 482 Business Ethics and Sustainability (3)

NOTE: All Accounting, Business Administration, and e-Business majors are required to take the Comprehensive Test of Core Business Knowledge (PDF)[BROKEN LINK] in the capstone course, Business Strategy, MNGT 481.

Management Concentration (24 units)

Course Number Course Name
MNGT 375 International Business: Theory & Practice (3)
MNGT 381 Human Resource Management (3)
MNGT 421 Management of Organizational Behavior (3)
EBTM 443 Introduction to Project Management (3)
Choose four from the following:
Course Number Course Name
ENTR 355 Entrepreneurship and Small Business (3)
ENTR 401 Consulting Workshop (3)
MNGT 425 Organization Theory and Development (3)
MNGT 433 Compensation and Benefits (3)
MNGT 438 Multinational Management and Culture (3)
MNGT 452 Staffing and Retention (3)
MNGT 453 Conflict Resolution in Business (3)
MNGT 463 Organizational Leadership (3)
MNGT 470-479 Special Topics in Management (3)
MNGT 491 Directed Readings (3)
MNGT 494 Study Abroad in Management (3)
MNGT 495 Independent Research (3)
MNGT 497 Management Internship (3)
MNGT 498 Practicum in Management (3)

Only 3 units of the MNGT 497 or 498 courses can be applied to the Management Concentration requirement.

Admission to the Major

There are admission requirements for the business administration major with the management concentration. Learn more.

Live in Northeastern Maryland?

Starting fall 2014, transfer students who have earned an associates degree in business administration can now complete the BS in Business Administration: Management at our new Harford campus. Learn more.

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