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Management
 
Why Major in Management?
 
Our Army operates in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous global environment. More than ever, we need professional leaders to accomplish our challenging missions and to care for our soldiers. Without a doubt, you should be focused on developing your leadership skills to prepare for your roles as officers. However, you will also need a great deal of managerial skill to succeed. How does the training that prepares your unit for operational deployment and combat get planned, resourced, and assessed? How will you maintain and account for the equipment that your unit relies on to perform its mission? Without the ability to recognize and effectively manage critical issues like these, the time you have available to lead your soldiers will disappear!
 
The Management Major is designed to help prepare you to lead efficient and effective organizations by developing critical managerial skills. We will study concepts and frameworks that you will be able to use throughout your career in the Army and beyond. We will bring theory to life by using the Case Study Method - analyzing situations faced by managers in organizations from Krispy Kreme to Nike to USMA and the Army. Our hope is to inspire in you a curiosity about how things run and arm you with some tools that will help you make your organization run efficiently and effectively.
 
 
Would you like someone from the Management Major to contact you?

COL Todd Woodruff, (845) 938-1788, Todd.Woodruff@usma.edu
Dr. Eric Lin, (845) 938-1008, Eric.Lin@usma.edu
Dr. Amy Sommer, Amy.Sommer@usma.edu
Dr. Lissa V. Young, (845) 938-5253, Lissa.Young@usma.edu
Mr. JD Mohundro, (845) 938-1793, Jon.Mohundro@usma.edu
CPT Steve Fennessy, (845) 938-1008, Stephen.Fenessy@usma.edu
CPT Luke High, (845) 938-0761, Luke.High@usma.edu
CPt Timothy McDonald, (845) 938-7947, Timothy.McDonald@usma.edu
CPT Sam Perlik, (845) 938-3177, Samuel.Perlik@usma.edu

 
 "Leadership and management are neither synonymous nor interchangeable. Clearly good civilian managers must lead, and good military leaders must manage. Both qualities are essential to success."
~ GEN Edward C. Meyer
 
 
Management  Major Curriculum
MNG0 MANAGEMENT                   MANAGEMENT MAJOR
 
Required Courses 
MG380  MARKETING
MG381  INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
MG382  HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
MG395  ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
MG410  MANAGERIAL FINANCE
MG472  INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
MG421  STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
 
Complete 1 of 3 Concentrations:
Cadets must choose either the “Business Management” Concentration,  the “Social Enterprise” Concentration, or the “Public Administration” Concentration.
 
1​ ​2 ​3

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (MGM1) 

Additional Required Courses   

MG420  OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

 (Choose 2 of 4)

 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION(MGP1)
 
Additional Required Courses
 
(Choose 3 of 5)

 SOCIAL  ENTERPRISE (MGS1)

Additional Required Courses

(Choose 3 of 4)

PL470  ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP MG379  LEADING TEAMS MG379  LEADING TEAMS
MG379  LEADING TEAMS PL479  LEADING ORGNZS THRU CHANGE PL479  LEADING ORGANIZATIONS THRU CHANGE
PL479  LEADING ORGANIZATIONS THROUGH CHANGE MG420  OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT MG390  NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS
MG390  NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS MG390  NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS
 
PL470  ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP
PL470  ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP
 
 * CADETS WILL SELECT 2 DEPTH OF DISCIPLINE COURSES
** CADETS WILL CHOOSE A COMPLIMENTARY SUPPORT COURSE GROUPING.


 

Cadets can find specific course information on this and all our majors in the Dean's Red Book