Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG] See drop-down menu above to access other catalogs.
Chairperson and Graduate Program Coordinator: Professor Marian Extejt
Professor: Jon Bryan, Martin Grossman
Associate Professors: Kathleen Ferris-Costa, Christian Delaunay, Xiangrong Liu, Stanley Ross, Peter Sietins, Chien Wen Yu
Assistant Professors: Adriana Bóveda, Kelley Donalds, Jakari Griffith, Todd Harris, Stephanie Jacobsen
Location: Harrington Hall, Room 110
- BS in Management
Concentrations: General Management, Global Management, Human Resources Management, Information Systems Management, Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Master of Business Administration
These programs are currently inactive:
- BS in Management, Energy and Environmental Resources Management Concentration
- BS in Management, Transportation Concentration
Click on Academic Programs for program information and program requirements.
Bachelor of Science in Management
The management concentrations educate students for successful careers in business and management. The program provides general education, other liberal arts courses and specific management education for students with career interests in general business, marketing, global management, information systems, human resources and operations management.
With a curriculum embedded in a strong liberal arts framework, students learn how business decisions relate to society – culturally, economically, ethically and socially – while developing the skills and knowledge that will enable them to assume management responsibilities.
Students who enroll in the management program can gain experience through internships and courses that provide practical, on-the-job professional opportunities. These valuable learning experiences, coupled with the university’s development as a regional resource for business and industry, offer students significant contact with business and management leaders.
Management majors have the flexibility to choose from among several concentrations. However, regardless of concentration, all management majors must take the management core courses.
The Department of Management offers a departmental honors program in management. This program provides an opportunity for well-qualified management majors to conduct independent research and scholarly study in management. Contact the Department of Management for further information concerning eligibility and application.
Master of Business Administration
Bridgewater State University’s MBA program is designed for professionals seeking to develop the advanced management and leadership skills to succeed in today’s rapidly changing global environment. Our modern curriculum emphasizes business-specific knowledge including strategic thinking, decision making, written and oral communication and ethics.