Business Management

Weatherhead’s business management major is a flexible program established to provide students foundational business principles that will position students for a broad range of career opportunities.

World-Class Faculty in Business Management

Students in Weatherhead’s undergraduate business management degree program interact on a personal level with some of the leading experts in management, including:

  • Corinne Coen, recipient of the Lewis-Progressive Fellowship and Emerging Impact Award at Weatherhead, as well as the Outstanding Leadership and Contribution Award from the Academy of Management in 2008
  • Kamlesh Mathur, whose research is focused on the distribution aspects of the supply chain
  • Silvia Prina’s research ranges across development economics and applied microeconomics, with a special focus on access to savings accounts and investment in education and health
  • John Paul Stephens, whose research focuses on the roles of perception, knowledge and relationships in the adaptive coordination of action groups such as musical ensembles

…and more.

Business Management

The Weatherhead undergraduate business management major grounds students in the functional areas of business for career preparation across a broad spectrum of industries. All students build a strong foundation in business management by taking required courses in economics, accounting, statistics, communication, leadership, marketing, and operations research and supply chain management.

As a business management major, you will build upon this foundation by selecting an area of concentration. The areas of concentration are:

The flexibility of this major allows students to pursue a second concentration or add additional courses to support their career interests. For more information, contact Jim Hurley, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs, at 216.368.3856.

Ready to apply? Learn about our admission requirements.

See comprehensive information about Weatherhead’s BS in Management in the General Bulletin.