Management degree

Communicate, strategize and lead teams to success.

Our Management degree programs are designed to prepare you for business or government leadership in the context of a broad liberal arts education.

Locations & Learning

  • Online
  • Parkville
  • Gilbert
  • Campus Centers





Adrian James

Dr. Adrian James

Associate Dean, Robert W. Plaster School of Business
Associate Professor of Management

Dr. Lacey Finley

Assistant Professor of Management

Dr. Henry Roehrich

Dr. Hank Charles Roehrich

Program Coordinator, Management
Professor of Management/Marketing

Clarine Jacobs

Dr. Clarine Jacobs

Assistant Professor of Management

As a Management student, you’ll get a broad education covering the major functional areas of management. This degree will prepare you for leadership in business or government, while providing you with the in-demand skills employers seek. You’ll also gain the expertise necessary to manage a family business.

Management Career Opportunities

  • Benefits Administrator
  • Branch Manager
  • Budget Analyst
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Credit Manager/Loan Officer
  • Customer Service Manager
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instructor and students in class

Program Highlights

Communication and critical thinking

Our Management degrees focus on critical and creative thinking for effective decision-making and planning. Because communication is such a vital part of business, we also emphasize written, oral and presentation communication skills.

Interdisciplinary training

As a Management student, you’ll explore the relationships between the marketing, finance, operations, administration, and management aspects of business. You’ll learn about strategic management concepts, quantitative analysis, and how to develop viable strategic plans. Our mission is to train you to manage ethical and socially responsible organizations that work toward the goal of global sustainability.

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Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.