Management offers challenging and rewarding opportunities in supervisory and administrative positions in private business, nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies. A top-ranked program by U.S. News & World Report, the Department of Management is committed to providing students the education, technical knowledge and leadership skills necessary to pursue a successful professional career in whatever industry setting they choose. Classes are taught by innovative faculty members who are intent on transforming students into leaders prepared to prosper in a borderless economy. The department works with its Human Resource Management Advisory Board and other stakeholders to keep its curriculum relevant and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, as well as opportunities for students to network with industry executives.
- Bachelor of Science in Management (BS-MAN)
- Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (BS-HRM)
- Combined Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management/Master of Business Administration (BS-HRM/MBA)
- Doctor of Philosophy with a major in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources (Ph.D.)
- Doctor of Philosophy with a major in Strategy (Ph.D.)
Students are encouraged to enrich their education through the college’s internship and global exchange programs and FSU’s international programs. Many networking and leadership opportunities are provided through membership in student organizations and department events. Additionally, the Student Leadership Council sponsors several networking events and student engagement programs to assist students in the transition from college to careers. Generous scholarships help support students along the way.
Management faculty members are widely recognized for their high-quality, ground-breaking research and are acknowledged worldwide as experts in their fields. Faculty members’ research and creative activity reflect their diverse interests and include organizational politics, organizational leaderships and supervision, unions and worker attitudes toward unions, information technology workers, employment discrimination, employee selection methods, job performance, work and family life balance, work passion and engagement, and business and creative writing. Their research is enhanced through the department’s Center for Human Resource Management.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
College of Business
Department of Management
821 Academic Way, RBA 305
P.O. Box 3061110
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1110
|Department Chair||Dr. Bruce Lamont|
|Assistant Department Chair||Dr. Darren Brooks|
|MBA Program Director||Dr. Darren Brooks|
|Combined Pathway Program Director||Dr. Darren Brooks|
|Ph.D. with major in OBHR Program Director||Dr. Gang Wang|
|Ph.D. with major in Strategy Program Director||Dr. Gang Wang|
|Course Manager||Kathryn Aguiar|