Management provides an understanding of business from a broad perspective. It is a business specialization that is particularly beneficial for individuals who wish to pursue careers in small to medium sized companies, in government or non-profit organizations in general management positions or in positions which have multiple functional responsibilities. It would also be useful for entrepreneurs who want to start and run their own businesses. It prepares individuals for careers as Branch Managers, Compensation/Benefits Managers, Entrepreneurs, Facility Managers, Human Resource Managers, Materials/Inventory Control Managers, Operations Analysts, Operations Managers, Plant Managers, Production Managers, Project Managers, Quality Managers, and Risk Managers.
Gabriel Omolewu, DBA., PhD. (937) 708 5670 gomolewu@Wilberforce.edu
Jack Williams Jr., MBA. (937) 708 5647 email@example.com
Anu Venkateswaran PhD, MBA (937) 708 5663 firstname.lastname@example.org
A.O. Obasogie PhD (937) 708 5683 email@example.com
Special Programs and Projects
- In Labor Management Relations class, each student prepares a scrap book containing newspapers’ reports of union/management activities and two outside reports of strike actions and/or union-management bargaining activities.
- In Compensation Administration class, each student writes a term paper on a topic related to Compensation Administration.
- In Business Ethics class, each student writes a term paper on an unethical dilemma in a business situation, with a detailed analysis of the situation.
Most Popular Class
MGT 450, Business Policy: This is the capstone course. It ties together all the courses the students have taken in the degree program. It provides the opportunity for the application of concepts, principles and theories.
In MGT 450, Business Policy class, each student conducts research on Strategic Management on a specific company or organization. The course uses the case method. An hour-long oral presentation of the research effort is required at the end of the semester, along with a thorough written analysis.
Special Interest Story
Dr. Gabriel Omolewu, who teaches Business Ethics, was invited by Oxford University, in the United Kingdom, to participate in Oxford Round Table on Ethics in March 2008. He presented a paper on “Strategies for Improving Ethical Behaviors in Organizations.”
President Rembert Stokes of Wilberforce, 1956 to 1976, Arthur House, Bloomington, IN, 2008.
The Presidency of Bishop Rembert Edwards Stokes at Wilberforce, 1956 -1976. Doctoral dissertation at the University of Akron, August 2000.
Study of Relationships between Print Promotion and Meeting Minority Hiring Goals in Public Service Organizations. Doctoral Dissertation, August 1986.
“Strategies for Improving Ethical Behaviors in Organizations,” in March 2008 at Oxford University, in the United Kingdom, during Oxford Round Table.
“Global Strategic Management is the Key to Business Success” in Tokyo, Japan, during the 2007 International Conference on Business and Information.
“The Challenge of Global Business Ethics” in Moscow, Russia, during the 2006 International Conference of the Global Business and Technology Association.“American Corporate Ethics: A Wake-Up Call” in Beijing, China during the 2005 International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations.