Stillman School of Business


Do you like to strategize, assess the future, plan for it, and then take action to make your plans work? Do you want to be a leader who directs the efforts of others so that everyone works together to achieve common goals? If you answer yes to these questions, you should consider majoring in management.

Management is the art of reaching organizational goals through coordinating the efforts of others. Managers with strong people and managerial skills are able to achieve and maintain high levels of performance. The objective of the Stillman School’s management program is to develop the skills and capabilities for managers to meet today’s management challenges.

Specifically, the management concentration teaches you how to:

  • plan strategically;
  • organize human and material resources effectively; and
  • control business operations efficiently.

You’ll have the opportunity to work with a diverse and energetic faculty who have a rich variety of research interests, including strategic planning, the impact of flexible work schedules on employees and organizations, how to start a new business, business ethics and social responsibilities, management strategies for developing countries, internal corporate ventures, foreign business ventures, management of knowledge workers,  production/operation scheduling and union voting behavior, among others.

Through this 120-credit program, you’ll earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in management. The curriculum offers three tracks:

  • human capital management (focuses on compensation, managing diversity and leveraging human capital and knowledge);
  • executive management (explores areas such as the principles of supervision and executive control, leadership and negotiation); and
  • entrepreneurship (concentrates on innovation and entrepreneurship within large and small business settings).

A management major prepares you for both entry-level and long-range advancement. Many graduates enter corporate training programs designed to prepare them for middle management positions and eventual advancement to top positions. Our graduates have gone on to successful careers within:

  • Merck & Co. Inc.;
  • MetLife;
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Ryan, Beck & Co. Inc.;
  • Thomson Physicians World;
  • WebMD Corporation;
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car; and
  • First American Real Estate Solutions.

Ready to make a difference? Review the program’s degree requirements and apply today.

Contact Us:

Chair: Jason Yin, Ph.D.
Department of Management
Jubilee Hall
Seton Hall University, Stillman School of Business
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Telephone: (973) 761-9360

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