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Management

In 1989, the undergraduate management program and the graduate management department became a part of the School of Business Administration, resulting from the consolidation of Clark College and Atlanta University. The undergraduate program was accredited in 1995.

The Management Department seeks to offer curriculum and instruction in the forms of work that all managers must perform-planning, organizing, staffing, motivating, and controlling. The Department's objective is to provide students with the knowledge needed for students to become effective managers in the private and public sectors.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

  • Legal, Social, and Ethical Aspects of Business I
  • Legal, Social, and Ethical Aspects of Business II
  • Principles of Management
  • Business Policy
  • Introduction to International Business Management
  • Personnel Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Employee Benefits
  • Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
  • Business Internship
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology Global Leadership
  • Productivity
  • Entrepreneurial Thinking
  • Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • Marketing the Entrepreneurial Venture
  • Entrepreneurial Practicum
  • Leadership and Professional Development I
  • Leadership and Professional Development II
  • Leadership and Professional Development III

Detailed course descriptions for undergraduate programs

GRADUATE COURSES

  • Managerial Communications
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Legal, Social and Ethical Aspects of Business
  • Business Policy
  • Management of Organizations
  • Personnel Management
  • Research and Reports
  • Industrial and Labor Relations
  • International Business Seminar
  • Theories of Organizations
  • Special Problems in Management
  • Entrepreneurial Thinking
  • Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • Marketing the Entrepreneurial Venture
  • Entrepreneurial Practicum

Detailed course descriptions for graduate programs

FACULTY

  • Bruce Berger, J D, MBA
  • Raphael Boyd, J D, MBA
  • Lori Boyer, Ph.D.
  • Evelyn Winston-Dadzie, Ph.D.
  • Kellye Jones, Ph.D.
  • Lynne Patten, Ph.D.
  • Lavon Wilson, J D, Ed.D.