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Four Year Plan

ASB: Business Administration - Management (B.S.)


Convener: Faculty:
Rikki Abzug Susan Eisner
Milton Gittens
Rick Nunez
Thierry Rakotobe-Joel
Denise Sawyer-Johnson
Shalei Simms
John Thomas
Rita Shea-VanFossen
James Woodley


About the Concentration

Management is a necessary activity in every organization – regardless of the company's size, scope, or purpose. Managers are responsible for setting the organization's objectives and leading people as they interface with stakeholders, systems, and equipment to achieve those goals productively and ethically. While these basic functions of management have not changed, the growth of the global economy, technological transformation, and diversity in the work place are changing how organizations operate. Preparing students to be successful managers in these dynamic times is the Management faculty's purpose.

At Ramapo College, Management students receive an in-depth and comprehensive exposure to management functions, roles, and responsibilities. That exposure is grounded in academic tradition, includes contemporary case analysis and active learning, and builds central practitioner competencies and qualities. Students are rigorously prepared for promising careers in different industries, in private and public sectors, and for advanced academic education. The educational goals and objectives of the Management Program are infused throughout its curriculum, furthered by a dedicated faculty with broad academic and practitioner experience.

The Management Program at Ramapo College prioritizes the following for development within its students:

  1. Strategic, contemporary, and synergistic management perspective and capability.
  2. Ethical leadership and socially responsible action.
  3. Global and multi-cultural understanding and appreciation.
  4. Research, presentation, and interpersonal communication effectiveness.
  5. Conceptual, analytical, critical reasoning, and problem solving competence.

The Management Program participates in the Cooperative Education and Study Abroad programs, and sponsors student clubs and extracurricular activities related to the major. Its students are advised and mentored by the faculty.

Student completing the Management Program receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.

Requirements of the Major

  1. Transfer students who have 48 or more credits accepted at the time of transfer are waived from the courses marked with a [W] below.  Waivers only apply to General Education Requirements NOT School Core or Major Requirements.

  2. Double counting between General Education, School Core, and Major may be possible.  Check with your advisor to see if any apply.
Subject & Course # Title & Course Description
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
INTD 101 [W] FIRST YEAR SEMINAR
ENGL 180 COLLEGE ENGLISH
AIID 201 [W] READINGS IN HUMANITIES
SELECT ONE GE-SCIENCE WITH EXPERIENTIAL COMPONENT CATEGORY
SELECT ONE GE-MATHEMATICS CATEGORY: MATH 101 or 110 or 121
SELECT ONE [W] GE-HISTORY CATEGORY: HIST 101-110
SELECT ONE GE-INTERCULTURAL NORTH AMERICA CATEGORY
SELECT ONE [W] GE-TOPICS ARTS AND HUMANITIES CATEGORY OR
  [W] GE-TOPICS SOCIAL SCIENCE CATEGORY
ANISFIELD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS
BADM 115 [W] PERSPECTIVES OF BUSINESS AND SOCIETY
ECON 101 MICROECONOMICS
ECON 102 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS
SELECT ONE International Category Course:
IBUS 326 FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
IBUS 305 POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT
IBUS 321 CHINA AND OTHER BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTS IN ASIA
IBUS 340 EUROPEAN BUSINESS COMMUNITY
ECON 323 COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS
ECON 325 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
SELECT ONE Organizational Category Course:
MGMT 302 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
SELECT ONE Ethics Category Course:
INFO 315 COMPUTER LAW AND ETHICS
BADM 301 ETHICS IN BUSINESS
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: MANAGEMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
  PROFESSIONAL CORE:
ACCT 221 PRINCIPLES-FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
ACCT 222 PRINCIPLES-MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
BADM 223 BUSINESS LAW I
INFO 224 PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
BADM 225 MANAGEMENT STATISTICS
MKTG 290 MARKETING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
FINC 301 CORPORATE FINANCE I
MGMT 370 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
BADM 495 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
  Management Concentration
MGMT 301 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
MGMT 340 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MGMT 401 READINGS AND RESEARCH IN MANAGEMENT
Choose 4 Management Electives one from each category recommended
  General Management
MGMT 303 CONTEMPORARY ARTS MANAGEMENT
MGMT 304 MANAGING DIVERSITY
MGMT 306 INTERPERSONAL WORKPLACE SKILLS
MGMT 403 CHANGE AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT
MGMT 405 MANAGING NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
MGMT 428 GENDER AT WORK
  Human Resources
MGMT 346 EFFECTIVE HIRING
MGMT 347 ORGANIZATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
MGMT 442 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
MGMT 443 WAGE AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION
  Operations Management
MGMT 373 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
MGMT 374 QUALITY MANAGEMENT
MGMT 472 PROJECT MANAGEMENT
MGMT 471 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Note: A 2.0 GPA in the major is required for graduation.


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