Oct 18, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Department of Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management, and Public Administration


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Chair:   David Abrahams
     
Professors:   Falih Alsaaty
     
Associate Professors:    David Abrahams, Caren Goldberg
     
Assistant Professors:   Minnette Bumpus, Ella Carter, Daniel Hummel, Richard Lowery III,
     
Lectures:   James Lashley

Mission

This Department provides business education that equips graduates with global knowledge and experiences, leadership capabilities, technological competence, and analytic skills to compete in the global marketplace.

Description of the Department

The Department of Management, Marketing and Public Administration offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with four concentrations: General Business, Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship & Small Business Mangement. In addition, the Management Concentration offers two specialty tracks, Small Business/ Entrepreneurship and Industrial Relations.

The Department of Management, Marketing and Public Administration place special emphasis on excellence in teaching. Research in teaching methodology and the learning process as a means of enhance teacher’s excellence and to improve instruction is encouraged. Computer applications in all  disciplines stressed.

Entering students are expected to successfully satisfy the requirements for the business mathematics proficiency course by taking BUAD-100 (Business Mathematics) or BUAD PRO (Business Mathematics Proficiency Examination). All majors are required to earn at least a “C” grade in all courses in their major program. Graduating seniors are encouraged to take  the national standardized Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) during the FALL semester of their senior year. After completing Expository Writing (ENGL 101) and Argument and Research (ENGL 102), students must take and successfully pass the Bowie State University English Proficiency  Examination. Transfer students who completed their English composition requirements at another institution must also take the Bowie State University English Proficiency Examination during their first semester of enrollment at the University.

Students are expected to familiarize themselves and comply with the College of Business and their respective department’s standards for graduation. Each student’s program is individually reviewed and may be adjusted to reflect student’s academic background and career goals. 

For additional information about the Department of Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management, and Public Administration click on the following link: https://www.bowiestate.edu/academics-research/colleges/college-of-business/departments/management-marketing-and-padmi/

Programs

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