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Management Department

Lawrence C. Rhyne, Ph.D.

Lawrence C. Rhyne, Ph.D.
Department Chair,

The Department of Management educates the leaders and entrepreneurs of the future. The Department supports research and teaching focused on understanding a wide range of organizations from a variety of perspectives, including entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, diversity, human resource management, employee and firm performance, ethics, strategic management, corporate governance, and international management.

Degree Offerings

We offer leading undergraduate specializations in Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, and General Management. Our MBA specializations in Entrepreneurship and General Management prepare masters' students for tomorrow's leadership challenges.

Our Faculty

Management faculty are widely acknowledged as leaders in research in such areas as international entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion, corporate governance, business ethics, and strategic leadership. We are active contributors and leaders in our professional organizations and serve on influential editorial review boards. Faculty members also work with businesses to improve managerial understanding of organizational processes and performance. Our research and consulting are translated into a classroom experience that is theoretically grounded, evidence-based, practical, and forward-looking.

  1. University Assessment Reports

    MSBA programs in General Management, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship are being phased out as of 2009. Assessment reports and the responses to those reports for 2007 and 2008 are posted. Starting in 2009, no assessment reports were submitted.

    Responses to some 2010 and all 2011 reports were not provided as the university assessment reporting systems were in transition to WEAVE.

  1. University Assessment Reports

    MSBA programs in General Management, Human Resources, and Entrepreneurship are being phased out as of 2009. Assessment reports and the responses to those reports for 2007 and 2008 are posted. Starting in 2009, no assessment reports were submitted.

    Responses to some 2010 and all 2011 reports were not provided as the university assessment reporting systems were in transition to WEAVE.

Course-Level Student Learning Outcomes (pdf)

Department Office Hours

Mon.–Fri. 8am–4:30pm
Office Location: SSE-3428
Phone: (619) 594-5323
Fax: (619) 594-3272

Faculty Office Hours

Management Fall 2014 (pdf)

Management Faculty Directory

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AACSB accredited

The College of Business Administration is fully accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business