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Students take courses from the St. Mary’s Core Curriculum and the Greehey School of Business School Specific Core. The B.B.A. in Management requires a minimum of 27 credit hours within the major.
Students can pursue one of the following program options:
Students take a variety of courses, including:
- Study in Leadership
- Innovation and Entrepreneurial Opportunities
- Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
- 3-Day Startup: Innovation in Action
See the catalog for a complete list of course descriptions and degree plans:
The General Track is designed for students to gain a firm foundation in broad management knowledge such as human resource management, international management, leadership and negotiation, and quantitative management. This track prepares students for leadership careers in corporations, public institutions, not-for-profit organization and small businesses.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Track is designed to cultivate entrepreneurial mindsets by developing students’ skills in entrepreneurial innovation, social entrepreneurship, crowdfunding and the start-up process. This program prepares students to become innovative and self-driven entrepreneurs with the skills and knowledge needed for enterprise creation.
The Minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation aims to instill students with the motivation, creativity, problem-solving skills, leadership abilities and entrepreneurship skills needed for a life of innovation. Students in this minor gain the skills needed to transform ideas into impactful practices within their disciplines.
All of the professors in the Greehey School of Business encouraged me to go above and beyond just learning the facts. They taught in real-world settings and helped to connect content to real situations. I truly believe that is a something unique for St. Mary’s because, yes, I was learning the curriculum, but even more my professors were shaping me to be a leader outside of the classroom.Devan Hartung (B.B.A. ’15)
Klavdia Ballard Evans, Ph.D. Associate Professor Strategic Management
Stephanie G. Ward, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Vocation and Career Services
Cody Cox, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Industrial Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior
H. Richard Priesmeyer, Ph.D. Jurica Professor of Management
K. Matthew Gilley, Ph.D. Greehey Chair in Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Gregory Pool, Ph.D. Chair of the Department of Industrial / Organizational Psychology