A successful BUSINESS MANAGER requires a well-rounded set of skills to guide businesses and organizations of all sizes towards their strategic goals. You will develop strategies and processes related to creating and fostering an evolving workplace culture that supports innovation, change, quality and learning and results in harmony between the organization’s needs and employee’s expectations while remaining consistent with the organization’s business plan in a competitive and changing environment.
Purpose: The purpose of this module is to give the business student a general understanding of the internal functions of the business, the interrelationships between and among the different functional areas as well as the influence of the external environment on the business.
Students must take the following three courses (or equivalent) prior to petitioning for entry to an Economics major: Economics 1 (Introductory Microeconomics), Economics 2 (Introductory Macroeconomics), and one of the following calculus courses: Econ/AMS 11A (Mathematical Methods for Economists), or Math 11A (Calculus with Applications), or Math 19A (Calculus for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics).
If the span of control is narrow, there will be many management levels, that would result in a tall organizational structure where as if the span of control is wide, there would be more people working under one manager which would result in a flat organizational structure.
The Healthcare Management program provides professionals in clinics, hospitals, private practices, nursing homes, research facilities, and more with the focused training required to handle the unique management challenges of the healthcare industry.