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Management and Entrepreneurship

Undergraduate Programs

The Management and Human Resource Management majors deliver unique insight into the business world and produce graduates confident in their professional abilities.

Master's Program

The Master of Science in Management & Human Resources has a strong core of HR content with an emphasis on analytical evaluation/decision making and leadership development.

Doctoral Program

The Ph.D. in Strategy, Entrepreneurship, & Organizations places particular interest on innovation, financial and other performance metrics of individual firms and across industries.

Society for Human Resource Management

Established in 2002, Haslam’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapter has grown annually and distinguished itself nationally. It has been distinguished eight times as a "Superior Chapter" and five times as an “Outstanding Chapter.”

 

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The Management Society

Awarded the prestigious “Student Organization of the Year” in 2018-19, the Management Society promotes hands-on opportunities for professional development though interactive meetings with business leaders and recruiters, workshops, off-site visits, networking opportunities, and community service projects.

 

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Featured Faculty

Anne Smith

Anne Smith (B.S., McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia; MBA & Ph.D., Kenan-Flagler Business School, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is the King and ...


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Sarina Remiasz

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