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What will I learn?

The major in management is designed for students who wish to develop the interpersonal and management skills they can use starting with their first professional job, as well as developing a long-term perspective and value system which will serve them their entire careers.

Management department course offerings emphasize

  • An approach to classroom instruction that engages the student in the learning process
  • Concentration on knowledge and skill sets that are practical and useable
  • A global perspective that emphasizes ethics and long-term sustainable business practices
  • The use of team-based teaching and learning

It is our goal that our management majors will

  • Receive solid conceptual grounding in management disciplines
  • Develop competencies to become highly effective individually and with others
  • Develop and demonstrate these competencies with hands-on learning, including work on real-world projects and service to the community
  • Undergo rigorous assessment of their overall accomplishments
  • Enter a fast track to successful and rewarding careers

Required courses:

  • MGMT3100 Managerial Ethics
  • MGMT3371 International Management
  • MGMT3610 Leading Teams
  • MGMT3700 Human Resources Management

Human Resource Management Concentration

Silberman College of Business Human Resource Management students are equipped with a wide knowledge of various human resource management functions including recruitment, selection, training, performance evaluation, compensation and legal concerns.

Through discussion, hands-on learning, and exposure to HR professionals, students learn how to manage various HR functions and develop an understanding of how human resources plays a vital role in the sustainable strategic management of companies.

The career- and skills-related focus of this concentration helps students develop the skills needed for successful careers in human resource management.

Leadership Concentration

The B.S. in management with a leadership concentration prepares students to effectively and ethically exercise leadership. Students will be exposed to a variety of leadership perspectives and models. Self-assessments and guided exercises will provide students with insight into their leadership styles. As part of their major, students will engage in hands-on experiences of leadership and change management. They will develop the knowledge and capability to lead with attention to the “triple bottom line” of environmental stewardship, social equity, and financial success.

Which department am I in?

Silberman College of Business

Study options

Full Time (120 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$32,000.00 per year
Start date

24 January 2022, 23 May 2022, 29 August 2022


Silberman College of Business

1000 River Road,


New Jersey,

07666, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Freshmen entering the QUEST Program are required to have a high school GPA of 3.0 or greater and a minimum of 1080 on the SAT (combined verbal and math). Sophomores and juniors requesting admission to the QUEST Program must have a college/university CGPA of 3.0 or greater.

For international students

High school transcripts, or equivalent, are required for admission and will be used to evaluate admission.

English proficiency: TOEFL IBT - 70; IELTS - 6.0; ITEP - 3.7, Pearson’s PTE-A – 53.

Application Deadlines: Fall (August) Semester: July 1, Spring (January) Semester: December 1, Summer semester (limited programs): May 1.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.