The Department of Management and Marketing offers courses in the areas of management, marketing, and entrepreneurship leading to bachelor’s degrees with majors in Management, Marketing, or General Business Administration; minors in Entrepreneurship, International Business, Management and Marketing; and a master’s degree in Business Administration, M.B.A.
The faculty in the Department of Management and Marketing represent diverse business experiences and cultural backgrounds, and are student-centric, highly committed to student engagement and student success.
The curriculum is designed to blend academic knowledge with professional experience to provide students with options to pursue internships, participate in international student exchange programs and study tours, and to work on customized business projects as part of independent study. The curriculum is updated periodically to keep pace with changing technology and pedagogical approaches. The ultimate goal is to prepare graduates for career opportunities in the highly competitive and continuously changing business environment.
For more information about the department and its undergraduate programs, contact the Department Chair, Dr. Jian Li, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 442-6129.
For more information about the MBA, contact the Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Charletta Gutierrez, at email@example.com or (773) 442-6128.
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