A "business" is not limited to being for- or not-for-profit, having a brick and mortar or a virtual location, being public or private, or being large or small. Neither is it limited to organizations providing physical goods. Hospitals, attorneys' offices, and colleges are businesses. Regardless of where people are employed, they are part of the business world that is dynamic and changing.
The actions businesses take in response to the changes occurring in the business environment hinge on management's effective, efficient decision-making. Understanding how managers plan, lead, organize, and control the business's resources enhances the effectiveness of the decision-making process.
Students who leave our programs understand and can apply management concepts that impact business success.