Undergraduate Management Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration in Management
The Management major is designed for students who wish a flexible curriculum and opportunity to specialize in one of five areas of concentrations. Through formal and systematic study of management, students will learn methods of directing and motivating group efforts toward achieving the organization's primary objective, the optimal allocation of resources. Procedures for setting, ordering, and measuring goals are emphasized in the conceptual courses.
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Areas of Concentration

Human Resources Management
This concentration prepares students for professional positions in human resources management in such areas as recruitment, selection, training and development, job evaluation, performance assessment, and compensation administration.
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Business Management
This concentration prepares students for managerial careers. It focuses on the actions of managers in establishing objectives and planning for their accomplishment, integrating the actions of people and operations, and measuring the timely achievement of plans.
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Entrepreneurship
This concentration prepares students for careers in entrepreneurship and small business. It focuses on providing students with the skills that they will need to initiate and manage business ventures, including developing new products, drafting a business plan, and forming and running a family business. Other topics covered are financial management, marketing, and human resource management in a small business setting. Students will also learn to analyze consumer and business trends and to use this information in planning and developing a new business venture.
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Hospitality and Tourism Management
This concentration prepares students for careers in hospitality and tourism, as well as allied supporting services. In this program students learn how to analyze and respond as managers to such environmental factors as changing laws, economic challenges, technological changes, union activities, cultural issues, and domestic and international trends in hospitality and tourism. You will learn the formal and systematic management methods of directing and motivating group efforts toward achieving the organization's primary objective, the optimal allocation of resources.
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Arts and Entertainment Management
Lubin's Arts and Entertainment Management program is designed for business students interested in the management of performing arts and visual arts organizations. This specialty concentration within the Management major prepares students for careers in theatre companies, museums, dance companies, contemporary and classical music organizations, art galleries, talent representation and management companies, and television production firms, as well as related support services. Lubin is one of only two AACSB-accredited business schools in New York State where students can specialize in Arts and Entertainment Management.
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Bachelor of Business Administration in International Management
The International Management major prepares students for the global world of business through specialized study in a particular region of the world. Students are required to concentrate in one of the following regions: Asia, Europe, or Latin America. The choice of region will determine the appropriate international management environments course, as well as the courses to be taken to fulfill the foreign language and cultures requirement. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of this major, all students are required to have a plan of study approved by the international management advisor on their home campus in their first semester or as soon as they have been accepted into the program. Students are required to choose one of the following regional concentrations:

>> Regional Focus 1: Asia (NYC Only)
>> Regional Focus 2: Europe
>> Regional Focus 3: Latin America

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Bachelor of Business Administration in Quantitative Business Analysis (formerly Management Science with Minor in Mathematics)
The Quantitative Business Analysis major (also called Management Science, Operations Research, and Decision Sciences) is designed to provide quantitative modeling and data analysis skills that are invaluable in business. The major provides students with a relevant background for careers in fields such as management consulting, business analytics, risk management, actuarial science and operations management. It is ideal for students who can handle mathematics and computers, can work logically, and would like to work on real problems to improve the productivity of an organization.
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