Department Head: Vijay R. Kannan
Location: EBB 306
Phone: (435) 797-1789
Erin Bergeron, EBB 309, (435) 797-2272, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Program Director:
Tim Gardner, EBB 419, (435) 797-3037, email@example.com
Graduate Program Coordinator:
Julie Pond, EBB 315, (435) 797-9063, firstname.lastname@example.org
Degrees Offered: Bachelor of Science (BS) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business Administration; Master of Human Resources (MHR)
Full Details of the learning objectives, assessment plan, student outcomes, and evidence of continuous improvement for these programs of study can be found at huntsman.usu.edu/about/accreditation-assessment.
The Management Department offers academic programs about people and processes in organizations. It prepares students for leadership roles in human resource, operations, and general management, enabling them to acquire the skills and competencies needed to succeed in a variety of organizations and industries.
Students in the Bachelor's degree in Business Administration acquire a foundation of key concepts and skills that are applicable to organizations in both the private and public sectors, coupled with the technical skills needed to support particular career paths. The minor in Human Resource Management develops students who understand human behavior in organizations and how people assets can be leveraged to create value for the individual and the organization. The minor in Operations Management prepares students with interests in process improvement and how to manage supply chains. The business minor is designed for non-business students seeking to acquire the fundamental business knowledge and skills that can complement any program of study.
University Honors Program
See Honors in the Business description in the Huntsman School of Business section.
Learning Objectives and Assessment
Assessment information for the Management Department can be found online.
Huntsman School of Business Admission Requirements
All students having majors within the Management Department must satisfy the Huntsman School of Business admission requirements. Academic advising about these requirements is available at the Huntsman School of Business Programs and Advising Center in EBB 309.
All students enrolled at USU are required to satisfy the General Education requirements and the University Studies Depth Education requirements of the University.
Matriculation Requirement 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 combined 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.
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, 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.
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, as well as 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.
The Department of Management and the Huntsman School of Business award scholarships in addition to those available through the University Financial Aid Office. Information and application forms are available from the FJ Management Center for Student Success, EBB 309.
The department sponsors several student organizations. Membership in the organizations is open to all students, both undergraduate and graduate, who meet the membership requirements. You can learn more about the student organizations in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at https://huntsman.usu.edu/undergraduate/studentclubs.
Further information about undergraduate programs in the Huntsman School of Business can be obtained from the FJ Management Center for Student Success in EBB 309 or found at http://www.huntsman.usu.edu/advising/. The deadline for financial aid assistance is March 15.
Financial Assistance and Assistantships
A limited number of graduate assistantships, scholarships, and other departmental awards are provided to outstanding students on a competitive basis. Acceptance to the program does not guarantee financial assistance. Application forms are available online through the School of Graduate Studies. More information can be found at http://www.usu.edu/graduateschool/finances/assistantships.cfm The deadline for financial aid assistance is March 15.
Master of Human Resources (MHR)
The department also participates with other departments in the Huntsman School of Business in offering the Master of Human Resources (MHR) (MHR) Degree.
FACULTY - Jon M Huntsman School of Business