A degree in management prepares you to lead and communicate with people in a professional role. Jobs are available in almost every industry worldwide for managers with strong leadership qualities.
Management and International Business
The goal of the Division of Management and International Business is to train students to make strategic contributions to organizations through critical thinking and mastery of fundamental concepts. Also, the practical work experience of our faculty is a dynamic strength in our department, lending itself to an application oriented, integrative core approach to the classroom.
Our faculty are active in research plus have publications in leading academic and practitioner-oriented journals in the areas of Human Resources Management, International Business, Organizational Behavior, Social/Environmental Issues in Business, and Strategic Management.
View the Division of Management & International Business Publication List. (PDF)
We are dedicated to providing our students with the insight necessary to successfully manage in an organization.
According to a recent study published in the journal PLOS Biology, M&IB faculty Mark Bolino, Margaret Shaffer and Mark Sharfman are listed as among the most influential and cited researchers in the world.
Mark Bolino and Anthony Klotz's article "Do You Really Know Why Employees Leave Your Company? was recently featured on the Harvard Business Review website.
Management & International Business Professor Mark Bolino, co-authored a research article regarding why employees struggle to ask for help, which appeared in Harvard Business Review. He was recently featured on the Matt Townsend Show to share some valuable insights on the topic.