• Management

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    Today's business leaders are confronted with globalization, entrepreneurial innovation, new technologies and the ethical implications of their actions. They must concurrently understand the organization and its environment while setting the strategy, goals and direction and managing the firm's human resources.

    The Management area at the Syms School of Business offers an interdisciplinary major with an emphasis on managing in a global environment and dealing with the human and organizational issues that face executives in the public, private and non-profit sectors.

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    Today's business leaders are confronted with globalization, entrepreneurial innovation, new technologies and the ethical implications of their actions. They must concurrently understand the organization and its environment while setting the strategy, goals and direction and managing the firm's human resources.

    The Management area at the Syms School of Business offers an interdisciplinary course of study with an emphasis on managing in a global environment and dealing with the human and organizational issues that face leaders in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Beyond the introductory level of material that all business students learn in their core curriculum, students who concentrate in Management develop an integrated understanding of topics such as leadership, organizational behavior, team building, decision making, and strategic planning. Elective opportunities give students the chance to pursue further study in topics such as human resources, compensation, social responsibility, applied research, innovation, and management as applied in real-world settings, both through direct work experiences and through exposure to renowned business leaders.

     

    Students completing the Management concentration have gone on to work in a diverse set of professional areas ranging from entrepreneurship to human resources to management consulting. For more information, please contact Dr. Ariel Fishman, (interim) chair at afishma2@yu.edu.


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