Sep 17, 2019  
2019-2020 General Catalog 
  
2019-2020 General Catalog

Management


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Department Head: Vijay R. Kannan
Location: Eccles Business Building (EBB) 306
Phone: (435) 797-1789
Website: http://huntsman.usu.edu/management/

Undergraduate Advisor:
Erin Bergeron, EBB 309, (435) 797-2272, erin.bergeron@usu.edu

Graduate Program Directors:
Tim Gardner, EBB 302A, (435) 797-3037, timothy.gardner@usu.edu

Bruce Boucher, Salt Lake Center 535, (435) 646-7723, bruce.boucher@usu.edu

Graduate Program Coordinator:
Julie Pond, EBB 315, (435) 797-9063, julie.pond@usu.edu

Degrees Offered

Majors: Bachelor of Science (BS) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Management

Undergraduate Minors Offered: Business, Human Resource Management, Operations Management

Graduate Programs: Master of Human Resources (MHR)

Assessment

Full Details of the learning objectives, assessment plan, student outcomes, and evidence of continuous improvement for these programs of study can be found at https://huntsman.usu.edu/assessment/

Financial Assistance

The Huntsman School offers scholarships to undergraduate students.  Each graduate program has unique scholarship, fellowship, assistantship and waivers that are available.  Details about offerings are available at: https://huntsman.usu.edu/future-students/scholarships

Undergraduate Program Requirements

Huntsman School of Business Admission Requirements

All students with majors in the Management Department must satisfy Huntsman School of Business admission requirements. Academic advising about these requirements is available in the Huntsman School's FJ Management Center for Student Success in EBB 309.

All students enrolled at USU are required to satisfy the General Education requirements and University Studies Depth Education requirements of the University.

Matriculation Requirements and Transfer Limitation

No more than 15 USU Huntsman School of Business credits (ACCT, BUS, ECN, FIN, MGT, MIS, MSLE), numbered 2000 and above, earned as a non-business major (before acceptance into the Huntsman School) can be applied to a Huntsman School degree. More than 15 business credits can be transferred from other accredited institutions. However, additional USU Huntsman School credits added to previously earned transfer business credits may not exceed a total of 15. Furthermore, to earn a bachelor's degree in a Huntsman School major, at least 50 percent of the required Huntsman School credits must be earned from coursework taken from the Utah State University Huntsman School of Business.

USU Credits and Business Credits

At least 30 of the last 60 semester credits must be taken from Utah State University, at least 20 of which must be completed in upper-division courses, and of which at least 10 credits must be completed in courses required by the student's major. At least 50 percent of the Huntsman School of Business credits required for a Huntsman School degree must be taken from the Utah State University Huntsman School or its departments, which include: School of Accountancy, Economics and Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, and Marketing and Strategy.

Graduation Requirements

To be recommended by the department for graduation, majors in the Department of Management must have a grade point average of at least 2.50 in their upper-division Huntsman School of Business acumen and major requirement courses, and an overall GPA of 2.50. This includes transfer credits. At least fifty percent of the business credits required for a business degree must be taken on the Utah State University campus or at a designated residence center.

Four-Year Degree Plan (8 Semesters)

A four-year degree plan for the Management major is available in the Huntsman School's FJ Management Center for Student Success, EBB 309, and at https://huntsman.usu.edu/management/degree/management-major

Graduate Program

The Master of Human Resources (MHR) program prepares students to be leaders and strategic thinkers in identifying, attracting, and developing talent, putting them on the path towards senior roles managing human capital. Recent graduates have begun their HR careers at Fortune 100 companies including Chevron, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, Honeywell, and TIAA. Master of Human Resources (MHR).

 

FACULTY - Jon M Huntsman School of Business  

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