Management and organizational behavior has been described as the process of getting things done through people. To do this, managers must plan, organize, staff, lead, communicate and engage. Management and Organizational Behavior majors are prepared to effectively engage team members and the processes they manage. When you become an Management and Organizational Behavior major at Benedictine, you will receive a breadth of exposure to core business principles and their application in organizations. You will be prepared to pursue graduate studies in management as well.
"The Business program at Benedictine University has endless amounts of career opportunities available for students. Between the job fairs, the internships and our Career Center, BenU has gone above and beyond to help me get a job when I graduated. Not to mention the amazing faculty, who constantly provide us with real-life experiences inside the classroom to help us prepare for situations that will occur in the real world. I still stay in touch with several of my professors. The small class size was extremely beneficial for me in the learning process. I really can’t thank the Benedictine Mesa faculty, staff and coaches for providing me with a great college experience.”
Our faculty provide students with hands-on experience in the classroom every day. The methodology uses trained facilitation, along with communication and problem solving, where participants are guided through a series of questions, probing deeper into the subject than what they would do through lecture or seminar.
Benedictine University offers three concentrations within the business department: Managing Human Resources, Operations Management, or Personal Financial Planning.
Your time at BenUwill culminate with a senior capstone course, giving you the opportunity to create, develop and design your own business plan and everything that comes along with it. The capstone uses a global online game called Business Strategy Game, where students compete in a global marketplace with universities from all around the world.
The CO+HOOTS Institute for Entrepreneurship at Benedictine will begin in the Fall of 2020 and offer BenU Mesa students a safe environment to learn and launch a potential business under the guidance of practicing, experienced, and successful entrepreneurs. The four-year intensive immersion program will develop and support the growth of our students’ innovative and creative ideas. Applications are now being accepted!
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