In the 21st Century, business is filled with a dizzying number of variables. But there are two constants that any business leader will need to do well: work with people and work within processes.
At the David Eccles School of Business, students in the Department of Management learn through both theory and practice not only how to effectively organize people, materials, plans and processes, but also how to think critically and make good decisions. Whether students go on to work in manufacturing, services, health care, education or not-for-profit, we teach the skills needed to be an effective leader.
Our management courses are designed around five broad topics: organizational behavior, strategic management, entrepreneurship, business law and business communication. Students can focus on one area or take courses in all areas to gain a broader perspective.
Sure, the modern business environment is increasingly competitive. But by graduation, our students are well prepared to succeed in any field.