Management Major Management Major The Army operates in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous global environment. More than ever, the nation needs leaders with knowledge of proven managerial skills to help the Army succeed. Majors can choose from three tracks. 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Graduates gain specialized skills and knowledge related to managing both human and physical resources, making them uniquely prepared to understand and ultimately lead people. The management major is designed to help prepare you to lead efficient and effective organizations by developing critical managerial skills. Majors study concepts and traditional business frameworks like accounting, finance, human resource management, marketing, and production and operations as well as information systems, strategy, operations research, systems engineering. Majors can choose from three tracks. Business Management Track Focused on applying knowledge of management to improve the development, performance, and well-being of individuals (soldiers) and their organizations. Management emphasizes forecasting, planning and control, allocating resources, the appraisal of competition, and implementation strategies. Public Administration Track Combines elements of economic and political analysis in order to understand the interactions between market and political processes (political economy) and the positive and normative aspects of government activity (public policy and management). Social Enterprise Track Examines organizational management efforts through a social enterprise lens. Majors will learn how to influence organizational member behavior to optimize performance. Courses explores both interpersonal and group behavior and how these dynamics influence an organization's structure, performance and mission accomplishment. To learn more about this area of study, visit the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership. Management Major (All Tracks) Required Courses MG379 LEADING TEAMS MG380 MARKETING MG381 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT MG395 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING MG410 MANAGERIAL FINANCE Business Management Track Required Courses MG420 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Sample Electives MA205 CALCULUS II MG390 NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS MG462 ENTREPRENEURSHIP PL470 TOPICS-BEHAVIOR SCI/LDRSHIP PL479 LEADING ORGNZS THRU CHANGE This major offers an honors track. To learn more, view the full Management: Business Management Major Curriculum. Public Administration Track Required Courses (Choose 3) MA205 CALCULUS II MG390 NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS MG420 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT MG462 ENTREPRENEURSHIP PL470 TOPICS-BEHAVIOR SCI/LDRSHIP PL479 LEADING ORGNZS THRU CHANGE Sample Electives LW488 BUSINESS LAW SS360 POL SCI RESEARCH METHODS SS370 MASS MEDIA & AMER POLITICS EV391A LAND USE PLAN & MGT MA367 MATH FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES SS380 MANPOWER-LABOR ECONOMICS PL377 SOCIAL INEQUALITY PL383 EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY This major offers an honors track. To learn more, view the full Management: Public Administration Major Curriculum. Social Enterprise Track Required Courses MG390 NEGOTIATION FOR LEADERS MG462 ENTREPRENEURSHIP PL479 LEADING ORGNZS THRU CHANGE Sample Electives PL361 RESEARCH METHODS I PL383 EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY LW488 BUSINESS LAW PY329 TOPICS IN ETHICS PL361 RESEARCH METHODS I PL383 EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY This major offers an honors track. To learn more, view the full Management: Social Enterprise Major Curriculum. Cadets in the management major will get hands-on experience by applying to one of several domestic or international summer Academic Individual Advanced Development (AIAD) program, USMA-run academic enrichment experiences, including those at top-tier business schools and Fortune 500 companies. They also have access to development opportunities like the Black and Gold Leadership Forum and McDonald Conference for Leaders of Character and various trip sections. To learn more about enrichment for this area of study, visit the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, West Point Leadership Center or the Office of Economic and Manpower Analysis.