The Stonehill Management major places emphasis on the development of analytical, conceptual and professional skills necessary for managerial success.
The Management major in Stonehill's Meehan School of Business prepares students to be leaders in a variety of industries. Students choose to concentrate in either General Management or Management Information Systems (MIS). The major is designed to provide students with basic knowledge in each of these areas using several tools:
- Case studies
- Classroom lectures and discussions
- Community-based learning projects
- Computer simulations
- Team projects
- Research reports
In line with the current concerns of the business community, particular focus is placed on ethical values, the behavioral sciences and international operations.
The most broadly focused of Stonehill’s business programs, the management major builds on a strong business and liberal arts core curriculum. Students can concentration in either General Management or Management Information Systems (MIS).
The General Management concentration allows students to experience a broad-based curriculum with coursework in human resource management, organizational behavior, project management and operations management.
The MIS concentration prepares students to manage the technology needs in an industry where success and competitiveness are dependent on technology. This concentration educates students in business intelligence, networking, database systems, cybersecurity and IT project management.