The UIU Advantage
Looking for a career where you can motivate people and influence outcomes? Your UIU Management degree focuses specifically on making you an effective manager. As a graduate, your skills and preparation will give you the confidence you need to become one of UIU’s newest success stories in how you manage people, projects and activities.
Why Management at UIU?
- In our program, you get the applied management knowledge, critical analysis, and communication skills employers crave in the people they hire.
- Learn from faculty who have real-world experience and are experts in the fields they teach; enjoy the support of helpful, caring staff who are there for you from start to finish.
- Continue your education with UIU’s MBA program.
- Minors are available in Management I and Management II (students not majoring in Business).
Build Your Program
See course descriptions for the classes you need for your Management degree, as well as any general education requirements.
Keep up with your academic program’s registration deadlines, session dates, holiday breaks and exam schedules.
Careers in Management
A degree prepares you for many careers, such as agricultural finance and sales, entrepreneur, HR specialist, investment manager, marketing consultant, nonprofit manager, product manager, and sales manager.
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Convenient, Focused Scheduling
UIU Management students have the advantage of focusing on fewer classes at once with the Two-at-a-Time schedule. Plus, convenient evening or online courses ensure your education fits your unique lifestyle.
The Management bachelor’s degree program is offered through UIU’s School of Business and Professional Studies.
When you’re ready to apply for your bachelor’s degree in Management, we’re ready to help you every step of the way.
Go Further with an MBA or MPA
Earned your undergraduate degree in Management? Consider UIU’s MBA or MPA programs to advance your career even further.
Master of Business Administration Program Director - Lecturer of Business (2014)
In today’s organizational climate, our students need to be prepared with the tradition skill set but also with the soft skills organizations are requiring today. Our students walk through critical thinking activities, communication skill, and understand the importance of relationships with our Management major.