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Today's organizations are confronted with difficult challenges, including a complex and competitive environment that is increasingly
global, diverse and dynamic. In response, effective managers and leaders have to develop new approaches and have a variety of
tools available to manage their environment.
The Management Emphasis prepares you for effective organizational
management and leadership. You'll learn:
- How to think strategically about organizations and their
interaction with the environment
- How to examine business issues and problems that confront
- Critical skills in how to manage, motivate and engage employees
- How to manage in a global environment
Learn from seasoned faculty with solid experience
Our award-winning faculty includes top professors, experienced executives and practicing business professionals, all with the same goal in mind: preparing students for a successful future in the business world. It's no wonder the School of Management and Marketing received the Academic Excellence Award from the University of Northern Colorado Provost in 2011.
The tools you need, the opportunities you want
For successive years, graduating seniors of the Monfort College of Business scored in the top 5-10 percent on the national Educational Testing Service Major Field Test in Business, which assesses students' core business knowledge.
The Monfort College of Business is the first and only business college ever to earn the coveted Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award from the Office of the President of the United States. The college is accredited by AACSB International in both business and accounting - the "gold standard" for accreditation.
At the Monfort College of Business, we do business quite differently
We have one of the most unique, student-focused business programs in the country, where you don't have to be in graduate school to get the personal attention you deserve. In fact, you'll share a classroom with an average of 32 students. You can get involved in a nationally recognized student club as soon as you want and you'll get to work on real-world
projects most business schools save for graduate students.
UNC Course Catalog
Course Number Course TitleManagement of Organizations
Human Resource Management
Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
Small Business Counseling
Managing New Business Ventures
Advanced Topics in Human Resources Management
Leadership in Organizations
Organizational Theory and Design
Management of Quality
Internship in Management
Special Topics in Management