Program type:


On Campus
Est. time to complete:

2-3 semesters
Credit Hours:

Add to your education by learning more about the basic principles of management.
Develop your managerial skills with a Management Minor from the highly regarded G. Brint Ryan College of Business at UNT and get ahead in your career.

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Management Minor Courses You Could Take

Social Entrepreneurship (3 hrs)
Introduces entrepreneurial concepts that can be used to stimulate entrepreneurial behavior in individuals for the benefit of communities.
E-ManagementManaging in a Digital Economy (3 hrs)
Deals with the “why” and “how” of the changing face of management. Focuses on what managers do to maintain and enhance their firm’s competitive position in the era of e-commerce. Examines and evaluates some of the more critical issues associated with analyzing the environment, designing organizations and managing people to deal with the challenges that emerge in the new business environment.
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (3 hrs)
A study of ethical behaviors crucial to personal and corporate success in organizations. Codes of ethics, theoretical models and managerial behavior serve as the foundation to investigate ethics and, in turn, social responsibility associated with firm theory. Various stakeholder interest and demands are analyzed as an important theme during the course.
Talent Acquisition and Management (3 hrs)
Recruitment, selection and placement of employees in an organization. Test validation and other selection techniques relative to EEO, ADA and AAP laws. Recruiting, selecting and placing a culturally diverse work force.
Leadership (3 hrs)
In-depth course on leadership. Students are provided practical tools and methods of leadership that apply to a variety of organizational structures. Students gain insights about their own personalities, skills, ethics, values and beliefs as they relate to leading others, and have the opportunity to discuss and debate a number of leadership topics.
Organizational Behavior and Analysis (3 hrs)
Research emphasis in organizational behavior stressing organization-people linkages and interrelationships, including selection, orientation and training; job design and reward systems; supervision; formal participation schemes; appraisals and development; organizational structure and design; communications; control; and conflict resolution.

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