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Management Major

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The Management major enables students to acquire a foundation of key concepts and skills that are applicable to organizations in both the private and public sectors, coupled with the technical skills needed to support particular career paths. Through the hands-on teaching provided at the Huntsman School of Business, you will gain strong analytical, interpersonal communication, and problem-solving skills. Four emphasis options are available in Management: Hotel Management, Human Resource Management, Operations Management, and Wealth Management. A student must select one of the four emphasis options.

Career Paths:

Students with a degree in management often pursue the following career paths:

  • Account Executive
  • Benefits Administrator
  • Business Analyst
  • Compensation Manager
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Financial Planner
  • Guest Relations Manager
  • Human Resource Analyst
  • Materials Manager
  • Operations Analyst
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Quality Analyst
  • Recruiter
  • Supply Chain Analyst

Companies that have Hired Huntsman Management Students

General Mills

Intermountain Health



Wells Fargo

Student Organizations and Opportunities

The following are Huntsman Clubs and Opportunities designed for Management Major Students

Huntsman Clubs

Career Development

At the Huntsman School, we believe in empowering our students to own their education and their careers. Career development opportunities start from the first day at the Huntsman School and continue throughout one's professional life.

Our professional career coaches are equipped with all the tools necessary to help you with interview prep, professional networking, job searching, and so much more!

Career Development Services

Career Coach with Specialization in Management

Maren Stromberg

Maren Stromberg

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Major Requirement Introduction

Degree Options

  • Students receive a BS by completing all required courses in the major. To receive a BA, students must also gain proficiency in one or more foreign languages.

Emphasis Options

Students must select an emphasis.

  • Hotel Management: The Hotel Management emphasis prepares students for careers in an industry which accounts for more than $200 billion of the U.S. economy.
  • Human Resource Management: The Human Resource Management emphasis examines how people assets can be leveraged to create value for the individual and the organization.
  • Operations Management: The Operations Management emphasis is designed for students with interests in process improvement and how to manage supply chains.
  • Wealth Management: The Wealth Management emphasis prepares students for careers in financial and retirement planning.

Admission Requirements

To complete a degree in Management, students must first meet the admission requirements for the degree and be admitted into the degree program. Admission Requirements and Policies

Major Requirements (Curriculum)

Students will then complete the major requirements which consist of the following:

  1. University Studies Requirements (General Education and Depth Requirements)A group of “general” courses required for each student to fulfill in order to graduate. These courses teach a broad range of skills, knowledge, and values that prepare students for success in their majors and in their personal and professional lives after graduation. Most students complete their University Studies requirements by their junior year.
  2. Huntsman Core Requirements (Business Acumen): a group of entry level courses required for every Huntsman major. These courses ensure that each Huntsman student begins their business career with an understanding of fundamental business principles.
  3.  Management Major Requirements: A group of upper-level courses required to fulfill a respective major. These courses teach skills specific to the area of study in order for students to become specialized in their chosen field.

Major Requirement Sheets

When you declare a major and are admitted into a program, your major requirements are set and protected from changes. The date you are admitted into a program determines your catalog year and your set of requirements. The Major Requirement Sheets listed below match up with the requirements for each catalog year.  Begin by selecting the requirement sheet that matches the catalog year you declared (or plan to declare) your major.

Requirement Sheets

Requirement Sheet (Effective Fall 2020)
Requirement Sheet (Effective Fall 2019)

Sample 4-Year Plan

The sample four-year plan below is designed to help students plan a course of study to complete their degree program in four years.  The sample plan is subject to changed and will vary based on catalog year and course work already completed by each student (placement tests, AP/CLEP credit, transfer work, summer school, etc.).

The plan is an example of how students may plan their own course of study by taking 15 credits per semester, and interweaving of their General Education requirements with their major requirements, to finish in four years. It is important to remember that some GE and Major requirements overlap. If a course can be counted for both GE and the major, then students can take more electives to fulfill their overall degree credit requirements.

Four Year Plan - Catalog Year 2018-19

Sample 4-Year Plan - Effective Fall 2019

Academic experience are individualized, work with your academic advisor to create a personalized plan.

Printable SAMPLE 4-year plan

Freshman Fall
ENG 1010
Intro to Writing (CL1)
ECN 1500
Intro to Economics (BAI)
MATH 1050
College Algebra (QL)
MGT/ECN 1050
Foundations of Business
USU 1010
University Connections
Total Credits 15
Sophomore Fall
ACCT 2010
Financial Accounting Principles
MGT 2050
Business Law
Breadth Humanities
Breadth Life Science (BLS) 3
Breadth Physical Science (BPS) 3
Elective 1
Total Credits 15
Junior Fall
FIN 3200
Financial Management
MGT 3100
Organizational Behavior
MGT 3700
Operations Management
MGT 3600
Project Management
MSLE 3500
Fundamentals of Marketing
MIS 3300
Big Data Analytics
Total Credits 15
Senior Fall
MGT Emphasis 3
MGT  Emphasis 2
Elective 3
Elective 3
MSLE 3890
Systems Strategy and Problem Solving
MSLE 4532
Data Driven Decision Making
Total Credits 15
Freshman Spring
ENG 2010
Intermediate Writing
ECN 2010
Intro to Microeconomics (BSS)
STAT 2300
Business Statistics (QL)
STAT 2000
Statistical Methods (QI)
MIS 2100
Principles of MIS
Breadth Creative Arts (BCA) 3
Total Credits 16
Sophomore Spring
ACCT 2020
Managerial Accounting Principles
MGT 3400
Managerial Ethics
MGT 3150
Critical Thinking
MIS 3200
Business communications (CI)
MSLE 3800
Depth Humanities & Creative Arts
Total Credits 15
Junior Spring
FIN 3400
Corporate Finance (QI)
MGT 3250
Managing Human Capital
MGT 4600
MGT 4790
Managing Global Value Chains
MGT Emphasis
Depth Life & Physical Science
Total Credits 15
Senior Spring
MGT  Emphasis
MGT Emphasis
Elective 2
Elective 2
Elective  2
Total Credits 15

* Select MGT courses have been updated to MSLE effective Spring 2019. Students who completed courses under the MGT course prefix do not need to complete the course again under the MSLE prefix.

Advisor Contact Info

Logan Advising

Erin Bergeron

Erin Bergeron

Office: EBB 309
Phone Number: 435.797.2272

Schedule an Appointment

Available at the Following Locations:

Logan Main Campus

Statewide Campuses:*

Beaver, Bicknell, Blanding, Brigham City, Castle Dale, Cortez, Delta, Ephraim, Grantsville, Junction, Kanab, Moab, Montezuma Creek, Monticello, Monument Valley, Nephi, Panguitch, Park City, Richfield, Roosevelt (Uintah Basin), Salt Lake, Tooele, Tremonton, USU Eastern (Price), Vernal (Uintah Basin), Wendover

*The Wealth Management emphasis is not available through statewide campuses.

Learn More about Campus Availability at:

Snow College Campus

Dare Mighty Things TogetherThe Huntsman School of Business and Snow College have partnered to offer the Huntsman School Management Major at the Snow College Campus. To learn more about this opportunity visit