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Undergrad major

Management is about finding the best way to accomplish tasks and achieve goals. Effective managers are essential to the success of any organization. They skillfully coordinate the activities of the organization and lead and support the people within it, so that the organization can achieve its goals. Managers need a good understanding of planning, organizing, leading and controlling organizational processes.

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Healthcare Analytics Management

Undergrad minor

Healthcare organizations collect extensive amounts of data for effective decision-making, making data analysis skills increasingly important in nearly all health-related careers.

In UWL’s Healthcare Analytics Management program you will learn the analytical tools (such as Excel, R-studio, SQL) and methods (such as data visualization, data cleaning, descriptive and inferential analysis, and machine learning) to solve healthcare management problems and guide professional decision-making.

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Sustainable Business

Undergrad minor

Sustainable business means balancing the “triple bottom line” of economic, social and environmental aspects when making business decisions. Using this more holistic decision-making approach helps businesses create regenerative communities and ecosystems that are cleaner, healthier, safer and more vibrant.


Our management degree does not have any formal concentrations, but students have the opportunity to tailor their education by choosing from a variety of elective courses. Focus areas include: human resource management; general management; entrepreneurship and small business management; healthcare management; environmental sustainability; international management; and production, logistics and supply chain management.


Management majors are not required to have a minor; however, it could increase your knowledge and skillset, potentially giving you a competitive advantage in the job market. We would recommend minors that have good complementary fit with your career goals. 

Within the College of Business Administration (CBA), management students have six different minor options:

There are also minors outside the CBA that might complement your career goals. Common minors among management majors include:

  • Chemistry or Biology
  • Communication Studies
  • Environmental Studies
  • Ethnic & Racial Studies
  • Leadership Development
  • Math or Statistics
  • Military Science
  • Organizational & Professional Communication
  • Professional and Technical Writing
  • Psychology
  • Recreation
  • Sociology
  • Spanish, German, French, Chinese or Russian 
  • Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
  • See the full list of UWL undergraduate program offerings

For more guidance on majors and minors, please make an appointment with your faculty advisor.