Management: Retail Management Concentration
Retail Management Program at Fisher College
The Bachelor of Science in Management degree, with a concentration in Retail Management, is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of retail theory and practice. The program emphasizes the development of critical thinking skills, oral and written communication, and the application of management and sales strategies. The curriculum combines courses in finance, management, and marketing, with retail classes in visual merchandising, buying, retail management, and global retail markets. An internship helps to further develop and apply classroom strategies in real world situations, in order to develop a specialized skill set that prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in the retail industry.
|First Year||Credit hours|
|CS101||Computer Concepts and Applications||3|
|MA107/117||College Algebra/ Finite Math*
|PS101||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Second Year||Credit hours|
|CS245||Management Applications and Information Systems||3|
|MK201||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MG202||Human Resource Management||3|
|Third Year||Credit hours|
|FI201||Principles of Business Finance||3|
|FM315||Global Retail Markets||3|
|IS210||Professional Development for Internship||1|
|MG304||Leadership and Ethics||3|
|Fourth Year||Credit hours|
|ENXXX||300- or 400-Level Literature||3|
|MG441||Business Policy and Strategic Management||3|
|Social Science Elective||3|
|* A higher level of math (MA109 or MA 110) may be substituted.|
|**Retail Management Focused.
Minimum credits required for graduation--121.