The Nicholls State University management degree program prepares students to be managers and decision makers in all types of organizations: large and small, business and not-for-profit, public and private as well as those engaged in manufacturing, distribution and services.
The curriculum reflects what employers need in fresh college graduates: communication and critical thinking skills along with technical skills and broad knowledge. The degree program is modern in every way, combining current management theory, technology and application. At the same time, the degree program is mainstream and traditional in its focus on managerial behavior principles.
A Management degree can be completed, if a student wishes, with one of two concentrations: