Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

The Management curriculum provides students with an excellent business education designed to advance them into future leadership roles in enterprise as an individual, scholar, and professional. The primary objective of the management major is to help students develop the global perspective, problem-solving skills, and versatile knowledge base needed to manage and lead modern organizations.

Career Opportunities

What Can I Do With A Degree In Management?

Management majors pursue a variety of career opportunities upon graduation. Some graduates pursue management training programs that prepare graduates for the challenges specific to a particular organization or industry. Other graduates pursue careers in hospitals, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, or start an entrepreneurial venture or join a family business. Due to the solid foundation provided by the management curriculum, career opportunities are endless.

Scholarship Opportunities

Over $100,000 is awarded in scholarships annually and management students are eligible to apply for all Hull College of Business scholarships. Interested applicants should visit the Hull College of Business website for more information.

Honor Societies

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB international. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB. More information can be found at

Admission Criteria

For general admission information or to apply to Augusta University, please visit the Augusta University Admissions page.

Students transferring into the Hull College of Business as Management majors are only allowed to transfer up to three Junior/Senior Common Courses and no more than two of the Major Emphasis courses as approved by the College.


Please see the Augusta University Catalog for the most recent curriculum information.

Contact Information

Melissa Furman
Assistant Dean
Allgood Hall, N116