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Management Major/Minor

Pursuing Godly Leadership

The Management major singles out high-achievers who emphasize the best management practices and develop business skills that mirror Christ’s servant-leadership role. Studying management at Taylor will spur you on to envision new ideas and gather teams who can make them a reality, incentivizing others to harness their strengths and accomplish a shared goal.

Through hands-on experiences, you will learn what it takes to start a business from the ground up or make an impact on an existing organization. You will discover how to present yourself as a godly example of Christian leadership.

Our specialized Management courses delve into the business of missions, entrepreneurship, and human resources. You will build your skills through developing products and comprehensive business plans, managing limited resources in pursuit of a business venture, and presenting business ideas to potential investors. With a required practicum in the management field, you will learn from professionals what it takes to be an outstanding Christian business leader.

Minor in Management

Develop your knowledge of business leadership with a Management minor. Courses focus on organizational behavior, marketing principles, business ethics, and HR practices. Though the material is applicable to all, a minor in Management pairs especially well with Accounting and Marketing majors.

Considering a Career in Music Management?
If you are passionate about music and business, consider majoring in Music with a Music Management or Music Marketing concentration.

Considering a Career in Sport Management?
Combine your leadership skills with your love for sports with this unique major. If you enjoy athletics management and sport marketing, consider a major in Sport Management.

Management Curriculum & Degree Options

Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.

Contact the Business Department

Dr. Jody Hirschy, Associate Professor of Marketing and Chair of the Business Department

Lisa Gilpin, Program Assistant