Degree Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with major in Management

BBA degree with a Management major allows students to specialize in one of three emphasis areas:  (1) Leadership and Organizations, (2) Human Resource Management, or (3) General Management. Each of these areas of emphasis allows students to focus their studies with a curriculum geared toward leadership and management success in an array of organizations and occupations.

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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with major in International Business

BBA degree with an International Business (IB) major prepares students for careers in international business fields (e.g., global strategy). The IB major allows students to focus their studies with a broad, interdisciplinary curriculum that combines theoretical and practical international business study with course work in the liberal arts including foreign language and area studies.

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Master of Business Administration (MBA) with concentration in Management

At the master’s level, we provide courses in the MBA and Executive MBA programs, which support career advancement in management for students with technical and non-technical backgrounds and interests.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Administration with concentration in Management

The PhD Program in Management develops skilled researchers who can be successful in research-oriented academic institutions.  We have trained doctoral students who were placed as assistant professors in institutions such as Akron, Alabama, Alaska, Brock, Fresno State, Illinois State, Kansas State, Mississippi State, New Mexico, North Texas, Ohio, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Rutgers-Camden, and UT-Arlington.

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Minors & Concentrations

Entrepreneurship Minor (Undergraduate) >

HR Management Concentration (Undergraduate) >

Additional Department Offerings

MILE Program

Qualifying students can participate in the MILE (Memphis Institute for Leadership Education) Leadership Mentoring Program and 2nd MILE Program, which are designed to provide extra leadership development opportunities. The MILE Program is sponsored by the Department of Management and is available to all majors in the Fogelman College of Business and Economics. The MILE Leadership Mentoring Program matches top students, primarily juniors and seniors, with local area business and organization leaders who serve as mentors for one academic year. MILE has a competitive application process that begins in mid-fall semester. The 2nd MILE Program allows students who have graduated from the MILE Program and who have another year before graduation to give back to the college and community by engaging in community service project work and serving as mentors to local area high school or middle school students.

SHRM Student Chapter

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a professional organization dedicated to the professional advancement of human resource (HR) management.  The University of Memphis Student Chapter of SHRM provides innovative programming for students to learn more about the HR profession and network with local HR professionals via professional chapter meetings, seminars, job shadowing, and internships.  Through regular meetings on campus, SHRM student members learn about the importance of career development in the HR field and, upon graduation, leave the University of Memphis with valuable networking contacts and industry knowledge.  Prepare for your HR future, join today!  Contact Dr. Kathy Tuberville (ktbrvlle@memphis.edu) or learn how to join SHRM.

SHRM's Spring 2021 Calendar

SHRM 2019 Leadership Board

SHRM 2019 Leadership Board

April Mitchell
Daniel Tate, President
Mary Merschat, Sec/Treasurer
Taylor Malone
Dr. Kathy Tuberville, Faculty Advisor
Tyler Stegall, MBA Representative and SHRM-Memphis College Relations Chair

SHRM 2016-2017 Superior Merit Award       #1 in the US Central Division SHRM Student Case Competition
SHRM Student Chapter Competition Team
#1 in the US Central Division SHRM Student Case Competition

International Business Student Organization (IBSO)

Our mission is to enhance the ability of FCBE students to perform and conduct business on a global scale with a superior understanding of the many diverse international market and business practices.

For more information, please contact:

Kelsey Chambers
Chief Executive Officer/President
International Business Student Organization (IBSO)
Email: kchmbrs5@memphis.edu

Management 4911 (Management majors) and BA 4911 for International Business Major—Internship Courses in the Management Department

Please apply for academic internship credit through the Fogelman Internship Network, https://www.memphis.edu/professional/internships/index.php

For information about the importance of internships from the University of Memphis, please view this video.