Undergraduate students can learn the craft and science of management in a number of different areas.

  • Strategic management focuses on the decisions that top management can make to increase profitability.
  • Organizational behavior focuses on what leaders can do to improve motivation and performance.
  • Operations management focuses on improving the processes used to produce goods and services.

Students with Management majors, concentrations, or certificates can leverage those skills in industry, management consulting, and entrepreneurial careers.

Curriculum Overview

Topics covered include:

  • Operations management
  • Organizational behavior
  • Strategic management

  4 Year Plan   Management Courses

Area of Emphasis in Human Resource Analytics

This area of emphasis allows students to gain in-depth knowledge of how to make human resource decisions based on analysis of relevant data.

You’ll study topics essential to human resources such as recruitment, selection, training and development, performance management, and compensation. Emphasis is on the use of data and scientific evidence to inform best practices.

Possible career paths include:

  • human resources professional
  • consultant
  • recruiter
  • trainer
  • entrepreneur
  • researcher

Completion of these requirements will result in recognition on the student’s official transcript.

Area of Emphasis in Operations/Supply Chain Management

This area of emphasis allows students to gain a more in-depth knowledge on how to strategically plan and effectively manage supply chain activities for a competitive advantage.

You'll study topics essential to the management of supply chains such as operations management, operations strategy, quality management, product development, supplier management, supplier development, global sourcing, and logistics.

In all industries there is a need for supply chain management. Possible career paths include:

  • supply and demand planning
  • new product development
  • procurement
  • warehousing
  • supply chain analysis
  • supply chain execution
  • logistics management

Completion of these requirements will result in recognition on the student’s official transcript.

Positions & Placements

This is just a selection of possible job titles and employers of this major. The UGA Career Center provides a more extensive list.

Careers in Management

  • Consultant
  • Productivity Manager
  • Recruiter
  • Research Analyst
  • Trainer

Prospective Employers

  • Accenture
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Deloitte
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Google

Acceptance Criteria

What’s considered in your acceptance to the management major?

  1. Grades in ACCT 2101 and ACCT 2102 
    Applicants currently enrolled in ACCT 2102 will be evaluated based on the grade in ACCT 2101
  2. Grades in ECON 2105 and/or ECON 2106
     Applicants currently enrolled in one of these courses will be evaluated based on the grade in the completed course.
  3. Grades in Mathematics courses
    Grades in MATH 1113, 2200, 2250 and 2260 are considered.
  4. Standardized Testing
    Students are required to submit ACT or SAT scores and sub-scores to the University prior to being considered for admission to a major in the Terry College. Students may also submit a score from the ETS Proficiency Profile if they believe their ACT/SAT scores do not represent their current performance level. The ETS Proficiency Profile is a standardized, multiple-choice assessment of the academic skills developed in General Education Areas I-IV of the core curriculum (reading, writing, critical thinking and mathematics). Tests are administered by the UGA Testing Center and all questions regarding testing times and costs should be directed there. Contact the UGA Testing Center online at http://testing.uga.edu/ or by calling 706.542.3183 to schedule an appointment. The ETS may be taken a maximum of twice per major application cycle. Sample questions can be found here.
  5. The Statement of Purpose
    A brief essay (300-400 words) in which the applicant describes his/her interest in the major and his/her future goals. If applying the IB co-major, the first-choice Statement of Purpose should describe the interests/goals in IB and the level of foreign language the applicant has satisfied. If the applicant is proficient in a language without college credit, include this in the Statement of Purpose.
  6. Grades in prefix courses
    Grades in courses previously complete in the prefix of the major to which the applicant is applying can be considered, but are not required, for admission to the major. For example, if applying to the RMIN major, grades in RMIN courses (e.g., RMIN 4000) can be considered. The management information systems major considers grades in MIST 2090, as well as other MIST prefix courses. In addition, grades in the College's Foundation First courses (FINA 3000, MARK 3000, MGMT 3000), as well as MSIT 3000, can be considered by all majors if completed.
  7. Terry Direct
    UGA students who are in good standing with the Honors Program and apply to a Terry College of Business major will be guaranteed their first choice of a first (primary) major with the Terry College. This guarantee does not apply to second, double or co-majors.
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