The management program provides you with a comprehensive overview of the skills set necessary for you to compete in a managerial position in business. The major curriculum, which was designed with significant input from the business community, emphasizes such areas as behavioral dynamics, leadership skills, project management, business processes and logistics, international relations as well as the management of information systems. These managerial skills, complemented by the solid foundation provided by the business core, equip you with the necessary knowledge to become a successful manager.
A unique aspect of the program is the community service project class. This course helps you understand the importance of community service and philanthropy in a global environment.
Why Choose Management at Harbert?
Welcome to the Tiger Cage
The college's Entrepreneurship program developed the annual Tiger Cage competition, which discovers and rewards the best early-stage products, services, or business concepts that emerge from Auburn University students. Students develop a business concept, pitch it to a seasoned group of judges, and potentially win funding and other resources to help jump-start a business.
The Department of Management faculty includes eight endowed professors or eminent scholars and one Fulbright Scholar.
Family Business and Entrepreneurship
The Lowder Center for Family Business and Entrepreneurship combines outreach programming and academic studies in the area of family business. Efforts are directed at being responsive and proactive to the needs of family businesses and to students interested in studying the dynamics of families in business.