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  Nov 23, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Management


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Anne Smith, Head
Lindsay Mahony, Assistant Head

Professors
Leap, T. (Lawson Professor), PhD – Iowa
Mangum, S. (Dean and Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair), PhD – George Washington
Miller, A. (William B. Stokely Chair), PhD – Washington
Morris, M. (Associate Dean and Skinner Professor), PhD, CFLE – Tennessee
Ragozzino, R. (Haslam Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation), PhD – Ohio State
Smith, A.D. (King & Judy Rogers Professor in Business), PhD – North Carolina
Crook, T.R., PhD – Florida State

Associate Professor
Munyon, T., PhD – Florida State
Williams, D., PhD – Georgia State

Assistant Professors
Gras, D., PhD – Syracuse
Samba, C., PhD – Houston

Lecturers
Adeleye, I., PhD – Manchester
Barksdale, C. (Senior Lecturer), PhD – Tennessee
Carson, S., MBA – Tennessee
Cowell, E.L., PhD – Tennessee
Graves, T.H. (Senior Lecturer), MS – East Tennessee State
Greene, H., MBA – Tennessee
Jacobs, J. (Senior Lecturer), PhD – Tennessee
Mackey, D.L. (Distinguished Lecturer and McKamey Scholar), PhD – Tennessee
Mahony, L.E., MBA – Washington State
Seat, J.E., PhD, PE – Tennessee
Youngs, L., MBA – Tennessee

Emeriti Faculty
Ladd, R.T., PhD – Georgia
Stahl, M., PhD – Rensselaer Polytechnic

Human Resource Management

The management of human capital is critical to the success of an organization. The Human Resource Management major prepares students to assume positions as human resource generalists and specialists. The major develops a student's competencies in forecasting human resource needs as well as the recruitment, selection, training, and development of employees. Human resource managers are also involved in designing performance appraisal systems, developing compensation and benefit programs, monitoring employee health and safety, and establishing cooperative working relationships with organized labor, all of which are covered in the coursework. The human resource management curriculum also addresses analyzing current labor force trends, treating employees fairly, encouraging diversity, and understanding the foundations of employment law.

Management

Management is a broad field that focuses on the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of an organization's resources. A manager's ultimate objective is to help his or her organization achieve and sustain a competitive advantage. Careers in management have diverse starting points and trajectories. Management majors can be found working throughout the world in many different industries such as manufacturing, financial services, transportation, entertainment, health care, and many more. Some Management graduates start their own businesses while others spend their careers in governmental and non-profit organizations. One common thread is that people who work as managers depend heavily on their problem-solving and communication skills. The Management curriculum also prepares students for post-graduate work in business, law, health care, and other fields.

 

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