2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
    Aug 09, 2022  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management Minor


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Management Overview


Undergraduate Program
Clark’s tradition of challenging convention and changing the world is evident in our undergraduate management programs, and nurtures innovative and socially responsible entrepreneurs and industry leaders. Studying management at Clark exposes you to all functional areas of business, while teaching you the critical thinking and communication skills that are essential in a liberal arts environment and vital to the success of today’s managers. The undergraduate management and graduate business programs are accredited by the AACSB-International -The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

Minor Requirements


Students with a primary interest in the liberal arts, who also want exposure to business-related topics, should consider management as an undergraduate minor. The required curriculum for management minors consists of six units of coursework in management, including MGMT 100 . Of the remaining five management course units, three must be taken at the 200 level. MGMT298 and 299 do not count towards MGMT minor requirements.

 

Six Required Courses:


Program Faculty


Program Faculty


Mary-Ellen Boyle, Ph.D.
Keith Coulter, Ph.D.
John Dobson, Ph.D.
Priscilla Elsass, Ph.D.
Donna Gallo, Ph.D.
Laura Graves, Ph.D.
Thomas Murphy, M.B.A.
Steve Ng, M.B.A.
Will O’Brien, J.D., M.B.A.
Sitikantha Parida, Ph.D.
Inshik Seol, Ph.D.
Richard Spurgin, Ph.D.
Zhenyang Tang, Ph.D.
Zhihong Wang, Ph.D.
Da Wu, Ph.D.
Jing Zhang, Ph.D.
 

Emeriti Faculty


Margarete Arndt, D.B.A.
Robert Bradbury, Ph.D.
Gary Chaison, Ph.D.
Harold T. Moody, Ph.D.
Edward J. Ottensmeyer, Ph.D.
Maurry Tamarkin, Ph.D.

 

For a full list of GSOM faculty, including visiting and adjunct faculty, please see the faculty page on GSOM’s website.

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