The management department is the largest academic department in the College of Business Administration. There are three majors, one of which offers three different specialization tracks and one minor.
- Management Curriculum Guides
- Management Information Systems Curriculum Guide (pdf)
- Entrepreneurship (major and minor), Entrepreneurship Curriculum Guide (pdf)
Mission & Vision
The mission of the department of management is to shape tomorrow’s leaders through relevant, ethical, and innovative management scholarship. All management courses add value to students’ education. Graduates of our programs are sought out by businesses and organizations because of the knowledge base, skill sets, and attitudes acquired at K-State. Graduates are responsible and valued members of their respective business communities and society at large. Faculty members are recognized as experts in their respective fields.
Advisory Board & Corporate Partners
The department of management at K-State builds strong partnerships through our Management Advisory Board. Partner companies are able to:
- Obtain valuable exposure to the top students in the management and management information systems fields
- Create strong recognition for their company with other management students and
- Gain immediate access to research developments as they emerge
Partners provide the management department with advice and feedback on our programs and our strategy. Partners also participate by providing advice and counsel to management and management information systems students for their career opportunities. In addition, partner companies assist the department through their financial contributions and support. Involvement in the Management Advisory Board allows firms to participate in a variety of ways that will directly impact hundreds of students annually.
Partner companies gain the opportunity to identify highly talented students whose career goals and interests span a broad spectrum of industries. Management students are equally eager to know about the companies who recruit at K-State, and are most likely to accept positions at those firms they know.
Corporate Partner Benefits
There are several benefits to being a corporate partner, including:
- Invitations to participate in classroom speaking engagements
- Free listing of employment opportunities for students in the department of management student listserv
- Invitation to participate in curriculum developments, such as assessment of student learning outcomes
- Opportunity to network with students as potential employees
- Receive new ideas and applications from ongoing faculty research
- Invitation to speak at department-affiliated club meetings
- Opportunity to interact with faculty and staff at bi-annual board meetings