Management professionals formulate the policies and direct the operations of corporations, nonprofit organizations and government agencies — or chart their own path by pursuing new ventures as entrepreneurs. Management majors develop communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills while learning management concepts. Degree options include innovation and entrepreneurship, business law, human resource management or sport management.
Organizations do not manage themselves, and the skills necessary for good management are not inherent – they must be learned and developed over time. The University of Tulsa’s management degree program helps students learn these skills and offers specialization in business law, entrepreneurship or human resource management.
Our approach heavily emphasizes hands-on experience. To succeed in an increasingly competitive international arena, students must be able to apply the knowledge they gain in class to an organizational setting. Our program focuses on the development of skills in managing people and facilitating effective organizational change.
TU’s management program offers innovative courses in organizational behavior and human resource management as well as experiential learning opportunities, case studies and computer-based simulations.
Management students gain practical experience through internships that involve working in either for-profit or not-for-profit organizations for course credit. Internships are viewed as an integral part of a student’s education.
International business programs complement the management major. Students meet with corporate leaders during spring break trips to cities such as Buenos Aires, Santiago, Brussels and London. TU has partnerships with a number of universities in various parts of the world and students can also participate in summer internships abroad.
Emphasizes the development of skills and knowledge necessary for effectively managing people and facilitating organizational change. P
Prepare students with not-for-profit organizations either as an employee or in some management capacity as a volunteer.
Designed for business and non-business students interested in adding an entrepreneurship-focused minor to complement their academic major.
The Sport Administration Minor focuses on the issues and practices of business management in a sport context.
- Human Resource Management
- Benefits Manager
- Labor Relations Manager
- Hotel Manager
- Retail Management
- Account Manager
- Hospital Administrator