Management

Management, with
programs of study in:

Human Resource Management


List of Courses

Student Handbook

Operations Management


List of Courses

Student Handbook

Open University validated as

  • BSc (Hons) in Business Administration
    (Human Resource Management pathway)
  • BSc (Hons) in Business Administration
    (Operations Management pathway)

Introduction to the Major in Management

The Management major is intended for students interested in studying the roles, activities and functions of managers in all kinds of organizations, whether service or manufacturing, profit or not-for-profit, domestic or global, large corporate enterprises or entrepreneurial ventures. Studies in management provide students with the sought after skills, knowledge and abilities— critical and creative thinking, leadership, teamwork, effective communication, problem solving, social responsibility, ethical sensitivity—that enable them to perform effectively in any work environment. The program is designed for students interested in the challenges and opportunities of starting, operating, and growing their own business, as well as those who want to pursue a career in a variety of corporate structures, from small-to-medium size enterprises to large multinational firms.


What You Will Study

The Management major encompasses a broad range of disciplines including:

Operations Management

The pathway in Operations Management focuses on quality and meeting the needs and expectations of customers, while extending this philosophy to the entire business operation. Some of the topics included in this pathway include: operations management, logistics and supply chain management, fundamentals of total quality, principles in management science, project management and operations strategy.

Human Resource Management

This pathway familiarizes students with areas including: organizational behavior, human resource management, training and development, reward systems, recruitment and selection, organization development and change, workforce diversity, leadership, and social responsibility.


Career/Graduate Study Opportunities

The theoretical, practical and experiential foundations provided by studying Management help graduates function comfortably and effectively in any contemporary business management environment. In addition, graduates are well prepared for entry into specialized programs at the graduate level. The Management major is developed with the needs of employers in mind. The College works closely with leading employers in the private sector to ensure that the curriculum remains relevant and career driven. The links with industry, commerce, and shipping create ideal opportunities for stimulating career paths.

Management, with
programs of study in:

Human Resource Management


List of Courses

Student Handbook

Operations Management


List of Courses

Student Handbook