Want to be a key manager and leader in your organization? A part of hiring and developing the critical talent to help an organization thrive and grow? If so, the Management Department and its outstanding faculty in two (2) distinct academic programs will help you gain the critical skills, knowledge, and confidence to contribute and build a successful career as a manager or human resources professional! Undergraduate students studying at CSUSB can choose any of these as a concentration in the Administration degree, or for non-business students, we offer a Minor in each subject area.
Interested in an Undergraduate Degree in Management or Human Resource Management?
Any successful career will involve a role in managing people and resources for an organization. Effective management is critical for an organization to meet its objectives and for an individual’s career to continue to develop upward. Management is not innate but a skill that can be acquired and developed. Our program teaches students the knowledge and skills to work productively with others, build and coordinate capable teams, and assume the challenges and responsibilities of leadership in a global economy.
Human Resource Management Concentration
People are a firm’s most critical resource. Our Human Resource Management program exposes students to the key knowledge and current practices that prepare them for a career in helping organizations find the right talent, develop that talent, and manage them effectively to ensure that the firm’s goals are achieved.
Interested in a Graduate Degree in Business?
For Graduate students, we offer a Focus Area in the Traditional MBA program in Management. Elective courses are available in the Online MBA and MBA for Professionals in Management.
Dr. Kathie Pelletier from Management Department, who has taught at Cal State San Bernardino since 2008, has been named the recipient of the 2017-18 Golden Apple Award, the university’s highest award for teaching.
The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative was launched in in 2007 as an initiative of six academic institutions (including AACSB International) and the United Nations Global Compact. The principles were created by an international taskforce of 60 deans, university presidents and official representatives of leading business schools and academic institutions. It is proposed that the CBPA become a signatory to PRME. Contact Dr. Breena Coates for more information on PRME
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