Department of Management and Entrepreneurship: Undergraduate
From one-person startups to multinational companies with thousands of employees, effective management—of people, of resources, and even of time—is the key to success in any business.
Students in management study human resources management, organizational behavior, organization theory, entrepreneurship, and international business.
Designed for students interested in creating their own venture or managing innovation in a corporate environment. The degree focuses on the study of special skills and knowledge needed by entrepreneurs and managers of innovative-minded firms.
The Leading Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Organizations (LDEI) co-major, which must be paired with another Kelley undergraduate major, focuses on ensuring students can create and lead diverse organizations.
Paired with another Kelley undergraduate major the International Business Co-Major focuses on the new and dynamic patterns of international business. Learn about how to navigate the complexities of conducting business across different cultures, legal systems, economic conditions, and political landscapes worldwide.
Intended for students (nonbusiness majors) who have aspirations and goals in business that will require entrepreneurial and small business management skills.
Intended for nonbusiness majors, the cross-campus certificate in entrepreneurship positions students with unique abilities to create business opportunities in the sciences, the arts and technology.
A Kelley degree in management and entrepreneurship will prepare you for leadership positions in national and international corporations and firms—or to create and lead your own company. Following are some of the companies that recruit heavily from our program:
There are numerous opportunities for you to get involved outside of the classroom, gain work-related experience in your field of interest, and network with peers and potential employers.