Academic Programs

The Department of Management offers programs of study that prepare students for professional careers in the growing fields of management in all sectors. Applied projects are interwoven with academic coursework to expose students to a range of current marketing trends and strategies. Original research and creative scholarship among department faculty contribute to improvements in both the theory and practice of management. Students are prepared to become effective managers in the customer-centered marketplace of tomorrow.

 

Which Undergraduate Management Program Is Right For Me?

Three undergraduate degree programs in Management are available. In addition, students may elect to Minor two areas of Management and/or earn a Certificate in International Business. Students majoring in Management may select between two concentrations.

Bachelor of Management

Management Program Sheet

BBA students complete the requirements of the Department of Management in addition to the core business courses taken by all majors in the College of Business. Management majors concentrate in one of these two areas:

Entrepreneurship

Here is more information on the Bachelor of Management concentration in Entrepreneurship.

Leadership & Applied Management Skills

Here is more information on the Bachelor of Management concentration in Leadership & Applied Management.

Bachelor of Health Administration

Health Administration Program Sheet

Here is more information on the Bachelor of Health Administration.

BBA/BS in International Business & Trade

International Business Program Sheet

BS students complete all BBA requirements plus six credits of math or statistics courses beyond the calculus and statistics required in the Pre-Business foundation courses (e.g., MAC 2311, MAC 2312, STA 3163, ECO 4421, ECO 4422, ECO 4401, ECO 4402, PHI 2102, etc.).

International Business & Trade Certificate

Here is more information on the International Business & Trade Certificate.

Minor in Business Administration

Here is more information on the Minor in Business Administration.

Minor in Health Services

Here is more information on the Minor in Health Services.

Which Graduate Management Program is Right for Me?

The Department of Management offers graduate programs in management that will advance students’ professional careers to the next level. We offer a variety of options of graduate study depending on your time, educational abilities, and career experience. A general MBA is offered in several varieties and several Management Specializations are offered for each. A Masters of Health Administration (MHA) is also offered.

Masters in Business Administration (MBA)

MBA students complete requirements of the one of the Management Specializations in addition to the core business courses taken by all MBA students in the College of Business.

Traditional MBA - Entrepreneurship

Here is more information on the MBA Entrepreneurship Specialization.

Traditional MBA - Health Administration

Here is more information on the MBA Health Administration Specialization.

Traditional MBA - International Business

Here is more information on the MBA International Business Specialization.

MBA in Sport Management

Here is more information on the MBA in Sports Management.

Professional MBA

Here is more information on the Professional MBA.

Executive MBA

Here is more information on the Executive MBA.

Online MBA

Here is more information on the Online MBA.

Master of Health Administration (MHA)

Here is more information on the Master of Health Administration (MHA).

Executive Master of Health Administration (EMHA)

Here is more information on the Executive Master of Health Administration (EMHA).

Ph.D. with Management Concentration

The PhD concentration in Management is designed to prepare students for a career in research, teaching, and service at the university level. The program is very selective, and does not admit students every year.

Contact Us

Department of Management Programs

Roland Kidwell, Ph.D., Chair

777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
p: (561) 297-3654
office: DS(87) 201B

Department of Management Programs Faculty

Department of Management Programs Faculty

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Accreditation & Rankings

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AACSB Accreditation

Proud member of AACSB, the premier accreditation agency for business schools

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Top-50 in Entrepreneurship

Third consecutive ranking from The Princeton Review

Best International Business Undergrad Program

Best International Business

#19 undergrad. by U.S. News & World Report

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Best Undergrad. Business

Recognized for best undergrad. business

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Best Part-Time MBA

Ranked among the best part-time MBA programs

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Best MBA in Sport Management

Top-20 in the world according to SportBusiness

Best Online Bachelor's in Business

Best Online Bachelor's in Business

#27 for best online bachelor's in business

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Best Online Grad. Business

Selected among the best online master's in business (non-MBA)

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Best Online MBA

Ranked for best online MBA programs

Online Veterans MBA

Best Online MBA for Veterans

Honored as a best online MBA program for veterans

ACTA Oases of Excellence

ACTA Oases of Excellence

Phil Smith and Adams Centers named ACTA Oases of Excellence

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FT Executive Education Rankings

#11 (U.S.) and #1 (Florida) in the Financial Times rankings

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