Section 508 Website Accessibility

Skip to site navigation Skip to main content
Skip to main content
Management B.S.

Management B.S.

  • General Management Concentration
  • Human Resource Management Concentration
  • Sports Management Concentration


The goal of the B.S. in Management is to prepare students for success in modern business organization and to advance their careers in management.

The program allows students to remain broad-based in their selection of courses.

Three optional concentrations are available: General Management, Human Resource Management, and Sports Management.

Graduates may seek entry-level positions in profit and non-profit organizations or the public sector as management trainees, assistant managers, customer service representatives, human resource generalists, executive sales representatives, sports management executives, account executives, or labor relations specialists.

Graduates may also choose to work for a small or family-owned business or to become entrepreneurs.


Upcoming Events

Uncommon Friends - John Allison

|   View the Event Flyer   |   Register for the Event   |


Recent News

Dr. Monika Renard

January 26, 2018
Dr. Monika Renard was interviewed by ABC 7 TV news on the topic of sexual harassment

We congratulate Dr. Renard on a great job with the interview in a news story about the ads that actor David Schwimmer has recently produced. It is always good to see local media seeking FGCU faculty as a resource of expertise in the region. Dr. Renard beneficially shares her extensive expertise in all things related to HR and Management with her students each week in the courses she teaches...

Read the full ABC 7 News Story


January 23, 2018:
Student researches classroom motivation

Read the full article on

December 8, 2017:

EXPO DAY 2017 - Overhead View

EXPO DAY 2017 as seen from above

EXPO DAY 2017 - Judges

 Our 2017 Judges

EXPO DAY 2017 - Live Love Shine
2017 EXPO DAY Winners
Live Love Shine

EXPO DAY 2017 - Oceanic Saviors

Ocean Saviors

EXPO DAY 2017 - Supersonics


Around 25 student teams from all MAN 3046 (Team and Group Processes) classes
displayed their Service Learning projects for non-profit organizations in the area.