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Management Program

Overview

Management is fundamental to every company, business and not-for-profit organization. Each of these has some way of setting its directions and goals, deciding how it will achieve its goals, leading its people to work toward achieving the goals and monitoring operations to see that goals have been achieved. This is the set of activities that makes up the exciting field called “management.” This is an especially exciting time as the practice of management evolves to meet new challenges.

The courses offered in the Management Program are designed to meet the needs of students interested in managing the fit between organizations and their environment. In addition to serving business majors, the program offers courses of interest to any student in the University.

Management

Management is fundamental to any organization. Courses offered in the curriculum help students build skills in strategic management, organizational behavior, human resources management, organizational design, and entrepreneurship. Management majors take a series of courses that develop a foundation for effective management practice.

Career Opportunities

The management major prepares students for a general management career. Graduates of the management program typically find employment in the following sectors: manufacturing, retail, government, technology, international, and services. Some graduates start their own businesses.

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Chia-An Chao​
Interim Chair
Scott College of Business
Federal Hall, Room 112
Indiana State University
30 N. 7th St., Terre Haute, IN 47809
Phone: 812-237-2086
Fax: 812-237-8720
Chia-An.Chao@indstate.edu

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  • ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    ‘What Would You Do?’ is focus of 12th annual Ethics Conference

    Students can register for the Ethics Conference at indstate.edu/ethics. Those who pre-register by Feb. 24 and confirm their attendance to the keynote luncheon, will receive a free lunch. The first 200 students to register will get a free T-shirt.
  • Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Smithsonian scientist to speak on Feb. 17

    Richard Potts, head of the Smithsonian Institution’s Human Origins Program, will discuss paleoanthropology and environmental effects on human evolution during the first Wittman Speaker Series talk at 4 p.m. in Science Building, room 012 at Indiana State.
  • Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    Sycamores to bring French play to stage Feb. 22-26

    The comedy, which raises questions about art and friendship among long-time friends, will be performed 7:30 p.m. Feb. 22-Feb. 25 and 4 p.m. Feb. 26 in Dreiser Theater.

Events

February 20, 2017
Deadline for nominations for the President's Medal for Leadership, Scholarship and Service

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February 21, 2017
Brian McLeish - State Farm Circle of Influence Speaker

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February 23 - 25, 2017
University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition

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February 28, 2017
Ethics Panel Discussion

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March 1, 2017
Ethics Conference. What would You do? #WWYD

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March 14, 2017
Washington D.C. Alumni Reception

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March 15, 2017
Networks’ 13th Annual Insurance Public Policy Summit

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C.
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March 27, 2017
Chris Westfall, National Elevator Pitch Champion

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April 28, 2017
College Honor Day

May 20 - 29, 2017
FGV Empreza Residential Program

October 21, 2017
Homecoming

 

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