The WSU Tri-Cities management major has been developed for students interested in pursuing a career as a professional manager. In addition to learning vital management skills such as planning, organizing, leadership, and controlling, students will gain marketable skills by choosing one of two tracks.
The Human Resource Management (HRM) track provides skills in selection, training, motivating, evaluating, and compensating employees. The Innovation and Change (I&C) track provides skills in managing innovation in networks and teams and managing organizational change processes.
GREAT THINGS HAPPENING IN MANAGEMENT
Career connections Business administration students at WSU Tri-Cities have the opportunity to make both internship and career connections through professors and other established professionals in the area.
Expert guidance Jesus Bravo, professor of business at WSU Tri-Cities, researches mentoring relationships and fairness perceptions in the workplace. He works with students in the classroom to share his passion for business.
Rewarding work During his senior year, WSU Tri-Cities business administration student Sam Barnes used what he learned in his business courses and internship to achieve his dream of starting his own business.
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You will take courses that cover a wide range of subjects in management, which could include: