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    Kansas State University
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Management


William Turnley, Interim Head

Paul Edgerley Chair Professor: Sheu; Professors: Bloodgood, Chae, Ehie, McHaney, Niehoff, Prince, Swanson, and W. Turnley; Associate Professors: Arthaud-Day, Chilton, Culbertson, and Mudrack; Assistant Professor: Kim; Instructors: Barnett, Jackson, Kovar, Minick, Seeberger, S. Turnley, and Whitney–Bammerlin; Emeriti Professors: Deihl and Paul; Emeritus Instructor: Borth.

Business Building Suite 3086
1301 Lovers Lane
785-532-6296
Fax: 785-532-1339
E-mail: turnley@k-state.edu
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The curriculum in management presents two on-campus majors: management information systems (MIS) and management. Through the Department of Management, the College of Business Administration also offers a general business degree taught using distance learning technology. This major is available only to off-campus students.

Management majors select an area of emphasis in human resource management, operations management, or general management/entrepreneurship. In addition, the Department of Management offers courses to improve potential managers’ integrative skills as well as top management skills in corporate strategy and institutional leadership. This background provides individuals with excellent opportunities in professional management and information technology careers in organizations.


Programs

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

Non-Degree

Courses

Entrepreneurship

Management

Management Information Systems