Management Students majoring in management have the opportunity to work with local and regional businesses through Gannon University’s Small Business Development Center and Erie Technology Incubator. The Dahlkemper School of Business was the first business school in northwestern Pennsylvania with both undergraduate and graduate programs to receive global accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The Dahlkemper School of Business delivers a values-centered business curriculum that provides students with advanced business knowledge through the development of critical-thinking skills, effective communication skills, ethics-based decision making, comprehension of global business concepts, leadership and team-building skills, and the desire to become a lifelong learner. You Will LearnGannon’s management major prepares students to successfully lead and manage the business enterprise. In today’s business environment, managers must think critically and analyze organizational and market changes. This demands an understanding of process measurement, forecasting, functional interdependence, forward thinking and analytics. Management students learn firsthand how to develop and manage projects and people by engaging in real-world collaboration with both for-profit and nonprofit organizations.You Will ExperienceStudents will experience an innovative education in the Center for Business Ingenuity, utilizing state-of-the-art technology and global software through the SAP® University Alliances program. Students will receive hands-on opportunities through internships and service-learning projects with local and national businesses, as well as through the unique collaboration between Gannon University’s Dahlkemper School of Business, Small Business Development Center and Erie Technology Incubator. You Will AchieveCareer opportunities include, but are not limited to, the following positions in the field of management: entrepreneur human resources manager management consultant materials manager operations manager operations research analyst process manager project manager quality manager You will StudyView Curriculum and Course DescriptionsStudents obtaining a degree in business administration are able to choose from 10 concentrations to prepare for a career in the field of their choice. Students also have the opportunity to complete the Master of Business Administration or Master of Public Administration degree with one additional year of study through the five-year MBA/MPA program. The Dahlkemper School of Business offers innovative courses to prepare students to become business leaders in the global economy. Three of the many course selections are: BCOR 240: Marketing in the Global Environment Students in this course will learn the process of creating and presenting a marketing plan by applying the strategic decisions of marketing, including capturing marketing insights, connecting with customers, shaping market offerings, delivering customer value and successfully growing the business enterprise. ENTR 310: Organizational Innovation An examination of where entrepreneurs get their ideas and discover different types of entrepreneurial opportunities will be studied. This course focuses on understanding the process of idea generation, idea evaluation and developing a comprehensive business plan. BCOR 485: Global Policy and Strategy As a project-based course, Global Policy and Strategy requires students to integrate analytical skills by analyzing business opportunities and challenges to make more effective business decisions. Liberal Studies Core The Liberal Studies Core Curriculum is one reflection of Gannon University's commitment to its Catholic identity. The Core's design offers students a defined, integrated, shared experience as the foundation for their undergraduate program. You Will EarnSalaries in business vary depending on the location and type of organization. accounting: $67,190 distribution manager: $86,630 finance manager: $117,990 financial analyst: $80,310 healthcare manager: $94,500 human resources manager: $104,440 insurance underwriter: $65,040 market research analyst: $62,150 marketing manager: $128,750 sales manager: $113,860 All salary information is compiled from data gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov) and/or PayScale (payscale.com).