Undergraduate Management Major
Overview of the Major/Curriculum
Designed to develop students into effective managers capable of tackling global business challenges within organizations large or small, public or private, and for-profit or non-for-profit. Students will acquire versatile skills such as teamwork, communication, problem-solving, ethics, and leadership that will allow them to make a tangible impact across a broad range of occupations.
Possible Career Paths & Salary Outlook
Common areas of employment for undergraduate business management majors include:
- General Management
- Entrepreneurship/Small Business Ownership
- Human Resources Management
- Operations Management
- Management Rotation Career Programs
According to PayScale.com, individuals with bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and related disciplines make an average of about $60,000 annually. For more information about the different career opportunities available to individuals with Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration (BBA), we encourage you to explore the complete list of jobs by employment category from the nation's primary source of occupational information, O*Net Online.
Students graduating from the Coggin College of Business with undergraduate degrees in Management are equipped to tackle their careers head-on. Here’s what some of our recent students are saying about their experiences within the Management Department at the Coggin College of Business.
“During my time at UNF I participated in an organization called SIFE, now known as Enactus, where, as acting President, I managed a team of 60 students, and budget of $15-30k to conduct approximately 30 projects domestically and internationally. I also had the opportunity to study abroad in Brazil. These experiential programs, accompanied by several noteworthy courses (Entrepreneurship; International Management) and professors (Diane Denslow, Bob Schupp) prepared me in my journey to build an internationally recognized preparedness company, Summit Exercises and Training™ LLC.”
- John Duda (BBA, Management ’09; BA, International Business)