Management

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Undergraduate Minor, Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Concentration


Program Delivery

On-Campus, Online


Locations Available

Rindge, New Hampshire
Online

Do you dream of opening your own business or running a company? The Management major will help you be successful, as you learn the concepts of marketing, finance, accounting, economics, operations and business administration. You will make connections in the business world through classes, internships and projects.

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What Makes Our Management Program Different?

Franklin Pierce is the only New Hampshire university with business programs accredited by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). The Business PLUS Program at Franklin Pierce offers 3-year accelerated programs as well as 3+1 and 4+1 options which allows students to earn their undergraduate and masters degree in less time, entering the workforce sooner.

What Can I Do With a Management Degree?

Franklin Pierce graduates have gone on to enjoy careers and internships with such companies as:

  • Microsoft
  • Mercedes Benz
  • Nasdaq
  • Bank of America
  • Prudential
  • New England Patriots
  • NBC
  • Walt Disney World

What do Management students Learn?

Develop your own strategic leadership style in the Management program through coursework that explores management, leadership, decision-making and critical thinking skills. You will strengthen your connections in the business world by working closely online with professors who are experts in their fields and understand the unique needs of adult students.

Plus, you will receive college credit for accumulated certifications, professional licenses, on-the-job training, and other life experiences. Combine online learning, part or full-time study, and six academic terms to create a flexible and personalized college program that works for you.

  • AC101 Principles of Accounting I
  • AC102 Principles of Accounting II
  • CIT101 Microcomputer Applications or
  • CIT130 Database Applications or CIT140 Electronic Spreadsheets
  • ET101 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ET102 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GLE101 First Year Inquiry Seminar
  • GLE110 First Year Composition I

  • BA213 Business Law
  • FM224 Principles of Financial Management
  • GLE120 First Year Composition II
  • MK201 Principles of Marketing
  • MN201 Principles of Management
  • MT260 Statistics
  • MN210 Foundations of Project Management (Project Management Track)
  • 5 Additional Electives*

*Please refer to the Academic Catalog for full listing of elective options

  • BA213 Business Law
  • FM224 Principles of Financial Management
  • GLE120 First Year Composition II
  • MK201 Principles of Marketing
  • MN201 Principles of Management
  • MT260 Statistics
  • MN210 Foundations of Project Management (Project Management Track)
  • 5 Additional Electives*

*Please refer to the Academic Catalog for full listing of elective options

  • BA001 Comprehensive Exam (take with BA471)
  • BA471 Business Strategy and Ethics
  • MN001 Comprehensive Exam (take with BA471)
  • MN348 Public Administration (Management Track) or MN425 Government & Business (Management Track)
  • MN371 Small Business Management (Management Track)
  • MN390 Internship in Management or MN395 Advanced Internship in Management or MN495 Senior Independent Research Project
  • MN420 Advanced Project Management (Project Management Track)
  • MN429 Special Topics in Project Management (Project Management Track)
  • MN435 Leadership in Teams (Project Management Track)

Who should Study Management?

You’ll find this major a good fit if you have or want to develop:

  • Ability to motivate people to work to a common goal
  • Quantitative and qualitative methods for decision making
  • Analytical skills to evaluate evidence and make decisions
  • Holistic understanding of how organizations work