Roger D. Abshire
Irfan Ahmed, Jeremy Bellah, Charles Capps, Jo Ann Duffy, Mike Glissmeyer, Joseph Kavanaugh, Gerald Kohers, Renee Lee, R. Dean Lewis, Kunpeng Li, Juliana Lilly, Sanjay Mehta, John Newbold, Michael Pass, Aneika Simmons, David Taylor, Kathy Utecht, Janis Warner, Pamela Zelbst
The mission of the Department of Management and Marketing is to advance the mission of the College of Business Administration. The Department’s mission is to furnish students the requisite knowledge and skills to be successful in management, human resource management, management information systems, and marketing, or related careers and to pursue graduate studies. The department is committed to excellence in teaching, intellectual contributions, and service.
The Management program is designed to prepare students for positions and careers requiring leadership and managerial skills. The Marketing program is designed to prepare students to make marketing decisions that facilitate the organization in achieving its objectives. The Human Resource Management program is intended to prepare students to manage an organization’s human resources in an effective and efficient manner. The Management Information Systems curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to function in entry level information systems positions with a basis for continued career growth. All programs will prepare students for graduate studies.
- Association of Information Technology
- Beta Alpha Psi
- Society for Human Resource Management
Scholarships are available on a competitive basis for upper-classmen. Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships using the ScholarX program on the Financial Aid website. The ScholarX program is a single application that will allow the student to apply for most scholarships available on campus whether at the departmental, college, or university-level. The deadline for applying for College of Business Administration scholarships is February 15. The specific scholarships available in the Department of Management and Marketing vary from year to year and may include:
- James and Ludie Earl Scholarship
- Helen Cochran Gilliland Scholarship
- Paul R. and Emily J. Reed Human Resource Management Scholarship
- K.K Lovell, Jr. Scholarships
- J.E. “Bo” Crews Scholarship
- Robert A. Barragan Ethics in Business Management Scholarship
- Ed and Daphne Sower Memorial Scholarship (Available to freshmen majoring in Management with a concentration in Operations Management.)
Please see the College of Business Administration section for information on college and university- level scholarships.