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Management Department

The Management Department offers rich academic programs and advances knowledge about people and processes in organizations. It prepares students for leadership roles in human resource, operations, and general management, enabling them to acquire the skills and competencies needed to succeed in a variety of organizations and industries. Management faculty are committed to student success by providing outstanding instruction, opportunities for experiential learning, and mentoring that focus on professional and personal fulfillment. They are also thoughtful leaders who are advancing management theory and practice.

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Developing Leaders and Strategic Thinkers

professional students

The nationally ranked Master of Human Resources program develops leaders and strategic thinkers, putting them on the path towards senior roles managing human capital. Recent graduates have begun their careers at Fortune 100 companies including Chevron, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, Honeywell, and TIAA.

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USU Research Shows Feeling Ostracized at Work Negatively Impacts Families

USU Research Shows Feeling Ostracized at Work Negatively Impacts Families

New research from Utah State University’s Jon M. Huntsman School of Business indicates 66% of employees experience some form of ostracism at work, which can create a significant negative impact on both the employee and the employee’s family.

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11 DOs (and 6 DON'Ts) to Maximize the Impact of Your Resume

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How to Eliminate Accidental “Reply All” Email Embarrassment

Tell me if this sounds familiar – a close co-worker sends out an email to your whole company notifying them of a new policy change, and you take that as an opportunity to reply back and tell the co-worker about the great time you had at the Justin Bieber c...