The Department of Management offers B.S. degrees in management and in business administration; minors in business innovation and entrepreneurship, and social entrepreneurship; and an undergraduate certificate in social entrepreneurship.
Internship in Management
Management majors of junior standing are encouraged to apply for an internship. Applications are evaluated by the departmental chair and internship coordinator on the basis of a minimum 2.75 overall GPA and a 3.00 GPA or above in the major, references from the department, rapport with and recommendations from the business community, and relevance of the proposed internship to professional career needs. Internships of variable S/U credit hours (1-6) can be arranged. Internships are available through participating enterprises and student professional organizations. All internships are approved by the department and supervised by the internship coordinator. Additional information for submitting applications and preparing proposals is available in the department office.
Sarah J. Marsh, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, associate professor, chair
Terrence R. Bishop, Ph.D., University of Iowa, associate professor
Jon P. Briscoe, D.B.A., Boston University, professor
James P. Burton, Ph.D., University of Washington, professor
Amanda J. Ferguson, Ph.D., London Business School, assistant professor
Charles R. Gowen, Ph.D., Ohio State University, professor
Furkan A. Gur, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, assistant professor
Hayling Lin, Ph.D., George Mason University, assistant professor
Brian W. McCormick, Ph.D., University of Iowa, assistant professor
Christine H. Mooney, Ph.D., Indiana University, associate professor
Devaki Rau, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, associate professor
Barton M. Sharp, Ph.D., Purdue University, associate professor
Mahesh Subramony, Ph.D., Central Michigan University, associate professor