Bachelor of Science in Management Degree

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Post University's B.S. in Management degree program instructs students in how to view business organizations as a whole and how to understand the relationships between different parts of the organization and how they work together in the most effective way possible.

Students who attain a B.S. in Management from Post University can expect to have achieved the outcomes listed below.



CORE B.S. IN MANAGEMENT OUTCOMES

  • Students will compare general management theories and principles and apply their knowledge to their concentration in order to synthesize a personalized vision, management style and leadership approach
  • Students will demonstrate strategic thinking skills within a variety of business/organizational settings including decision making and planning in for-profit and non-profit organizations
  • Students will be able to analyze a variety of management principles and compare the range of managerial responsibilities in a globally oriented environment and develop the ability to apply those principles in organizations
  • Students will have an effective working knowledge of contemporary human resource issues including talent management, employment law, HR strategy, recruitment, employee socialization, training, compensation, benefits, organizational development and HR information systems
  • Students will evaluate small group behavior in organizations and the interpretation of this behavior in the context of the managerial environment. Students will assess the nature of such concepts as influence, power and control, attitudes, communication, conflict, and interpersonal relations as a means of understanding the dynamics of group behavior
  • Students will identify and analyze the systems approach to management, via simulations, short cases and applying systems tools, with a view towards the entire range of managerial responsibilities associated with achieving effective performance as a “learning” organization
  • Students will synthesize the concepts that they have learned and be able to engage in discussions and analysis of current issues, problems and challenges that managers face as they apply tools and techniques for the effective management of an organization’s human resources
  • Students will evaluate current research in their chosen management discipline
  • Students will communicate professionally using undergraduate level written and oral skills essential to success in the business environment
  • Students will acquire a sound foundation the overall operations and management of the full scope of business enterprises as well as the place of those businesses in the overall economic system
  • Students will communicate professionally using undergraduate level written and oral skills essential to success in the business environment