Organizations compete for customers, employees, suppliers, investors, and host communities by consistently creating and delivering value to them. Faculty and students in the Management Department are interested in the ways in which organizations become more competitive for all of these stakeholders by coordinating activities and relationships in dynamic international environments. These interests are manifested in our research, community engagement, and degree programs, which include concentrations in Management Consulting and Entrepreneurship and a Minor in Entrepreneurship.

Concentration Requirements

cumulative years of entrepreneurship experience among faculty


cumulative years of consulting experience among faculty


publications in the Financial Times top 50 journals in last 5 years

Feature Stories

November 18, 2022
James Bastone, '22

Movie lover turns passion into a podcast.

November 18, 2022
Expert Comments
The Black Friday Shopping Season
Finance professor and retail expert Tom Arnold discusses Black Friday.
November 16, 2022
The Business of Art
Alumna uses her expertise as an international museum fundraiser.
November 14, 2022
Accounting alum balances business and science to provide better healthcare
2016 grad Emily Dunbar, now a medical student, is using her business savvy to make the best use of limited resources in health care settings.