Management, BSBA

Overview

The BSBA in Management requires completion of a minimum of 18 credit hours, including three (3) required courses and at least three (3) elective courses in Management, all taken at Suffolk University. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 in the Management major and a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 overall must be maintained to graduate.

Degree Requirements

Students can earn a bachelor of science in business administration with this major. See the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree.

Required Courses (3 courses, 9 credits)

MGT-322Managing Across Differences

3

MGT-401Negotiations

3

MGT-419Senior Capstone Project Course

3

Elective Courses (3 courses, 9 credits)

MGT-301Leading Change

3

MGT-310Managing a Learning Organization

3

MGT-313Global Human Resource Management

3

MGT-333Bldg. a Positive Organization

3

MGT-334Introduction to Business Analysis

3

MGT-385Managing Difficult People at Work

3

MGT-405People Analytics

3

MGT-H405People Analytics

3

MGT-520Management Internship

3

ENT-320Managing the Small Business

3

ENT-336Family Business: The Family

3

ENT-337Family Business: The Business

3

ENT-352Green and Sustainable Business

3

ENT-353Corporate Entrepreneurship

3

ENT-354Global Entrepreneurship

3

ENT-355Design Thinking for Business

3

ENT-358Designing New Products

3

ISOM-341Project Management for the Modern, Organizations

3

P.AD-325Nonprofit Management

3

SIB-550Global Travel Seminar

3

 

Concentrations

Business Analysis (3 courses, 9 credits)

 
 

Complete the following:

MGT-334Introduction to Business Analysis

3

ISOM-341Project Management for the Modern, Organizations

3

Choose one (1) of the following:

MGT-301Leading Change

3

MGT-520Management Internship

3

Diversity Equity and Inclusion (3 courses, 9 credits)

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) concentration prepares business students to work with today’s increasingly diverse and global workforce by exploring the social, institutional, and psychological processes that impact the way employees perceive and interact with one another. In this minor, students explore the diversity, human resource management, and business ethics scholarship and apply this knowledge to personal and professional situations through engaging learning experiences.

Complete the following:

MGT-313Global Human Resource Management

3

Choose two (2) of the following:

MGT-385Managing Difficult People at Work

3

MGT-405People Analytics

3

SIB-550Global Travel Seminar

3

ENT-352Green and Sustainable Business

3

BLE-325Global Business Ethics

3

Leadership Concentration (3 courses, 9 credits)

The Leadership Concentration blends leadership theories with experiential learning. In the classroom, students learn, as a leader, ways to create a positive culture and an engaged workforce, create and lead changes, and lead diverse multi-cultural teams. Outside the classroom, students will participate in leadership experiences provided by the Leadership Journey Program which can be completed over multiple years. Our Leadership Concentration distinguishes itself from other programs in that the leadership theories taught in the classroom and the experiential learning with the Leadership Journey Program are highly integrated to maximize your leadership development.

Complete the following:

MGT-560Leadership Journey Experience

0

Choose three (3) of the following:

MGT-301Leading Change

3

MGT-310Managing a Learning Organization

3

MGT-333Bldg. a Positive Organization

3

MGT-385Managing Difficult People at Work

3

MGT-520Management Internship

3

Learning Goals and Objectives

Learning goals and objectives reflect the educational outcomes achieved by students through the completion of this program. These transferable skills prepare Suffolk students for success in the workplace, in graduate school, and in their local and global communities.

Learning Goals Learning Objectives
Students will… Upon completion of the program, each student should be able to...
Apply critical reasoning skills to solve challenges.
(Research Analysis)
- Describe the client challenge from the client’s perspective.
- Explain how the stakeholders would view the research analysis.
- Synthesize the various research inputs.
- Analyze gaps.
Be aware of cross-cultural management issues. - Understand Hofstede’s cross-cultural values.
- Identify potential difficulties with interpersonal cross-cultural interaction.
- Identify differences in management norms and values across cultures in case studies.
Negotiations
- Understand the three types of negotiation issues.
- Understand the core negotiation concepts BATNA, ZOPA, and Reservation Price.
- Understand the relationships among creating value, claiming value, and Pareto Optimality.
- Understand congruent, distributive, and integrative issues.
- Understand BATNA, ZOPA, and Reservation Price.
- Understand Pareto Optimality.