Walsh University's Management degree provides students a solid business foundation along with the planning and leadership skills necessary to inspire and engage employees. Students learn to manage the people, resources and processes that make up organizations. In addition to gaining experience with negotiation, problem-solving and conflict resolution, our graduates develop their own leadership style and hone soft skills such as communication, analysis and critical thinking while observing all aspects of managing a business.
Iagos Lucca - Class of 2017
Majors: Accounting and Business Management
I've had so many opportunities in the DeVille School of Business. In addition to being a co-founder of The Garage, I was in the student investment club where we actually invested real money in the stock market. All of this helped me land a consulting position at Ernst & Young right after graduation, and I owe it all to Walsh.
What makes Walsh's Management curriculum unique?
- Hands-on experience. Experiential learning during the third and fourth year transitions Management majors out of the classroom and into the professional world.
- Business understanding. Our students learn how important effective management is for an organization's success and ultimate sustainability.
- Responsible best-practices. Ethical, social, moral and personal responsibility is emphasized throughout the coursework and embedded in our students' classroom and experiential learning.
- Global perspective. We delve into the impact of the global environment on the management field. Our courses also recognize how its practices differ in other countries and cultures.
- Integrated Curriculum. We established principles for each major, and these become themes that are carried out and reiterated through the curriculum and any experiential experiences. It's part of our effort to help students retain what they're learning and to offer them a foundation to draw upon throughout their collegiate career and beyond.