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Falls School of Business


The management major at Anderson University includes business administration courses that provide an understanding of general business operations, preparation for careers in administration in business and other organizations, and preparation for graduate study.

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Program Options

How can I get involved in the Management program?

Management Major

You can participate in the program in a variety of ways:

  • Graduate with a BA in Management in 3 years
  • Graduate with a BA in Management in 4 years
  • Complete the 4 + 1 program, from BA to MBA

Management Concentrations:

  • organizational management
  • nonprofit leadership
  • project management
  • entrepreneurship
  • event planning


For majors in the Falls School of Business (15 hours):

  • Selected from BSNS and ECON courses listed for the management major (excluding core courses)

For majors outside the Falls School of Business (17-18 hours):

  • Principles of Management — BSNS 2710
  • 5-6 hours from additional courses in the business core
  • 9 hours from BSNS and ECON courses listed for the management major (excluding core courses)

What courses will I take?

  • project management
  • organizational behavior and theory
  • business as a profession
  • business computer applications
  • strategic management

View the full list of courses in the Management major.


What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?

  • City/Regional Planning Aide
  • Sales Manager
  • County Administrator
  • Planning Analyst
  • Transportation Manager

Management majors undertake internships and can participate in Enactus, supporting local communities by demonstrating how business can inspire hope and create opportunity.