Skilled management is the backbone of any successful enterprise.
Graduates from the B.B.A. in Managerial Sciences program will be poised to assume leadership positions in many organizations. All students select one of the following three tracks: business analysis; human resource management; or operations and supply chain management.
Georgia State’s undergraduate catalog lists the required coursework for the program as well as a suggested schedule of study.
This program is part of Robinson’s Department of Managerial Sciences.
We take pride in exposing students to the real world so their learning expands beyond textbooks.
Experiential components of the B.B.A. in Managerial Sciences program include:
Managing People in Organizations (MGS 3400)
In teams of six to eight people, students spend the semester raising $250 minimum for a nonprofit organization of their choice. Students must overcome hurdles such as working in a group, maintaining motivation and switching gears when the project doesn’t unfold as planned. Plus, many teams engage with the business community in order to secure fundraising event space. At the end of the course, students present each charity with a check.
Please note: while every section of the above courses might not include exactly the above projects, faculty incorporate real-world learning into the curriculum.