Management & Entrepreneurship
Lead with Confidence
As the largest department in the business school, we offer core courses for all undergraduate business majors, MBA, and masters programs. From learning to manage individual human resource issues to designing the organizational structure of a global company, the breadth of our program allows you to lead at any level.
About Our Program
Our undergraduate management majors take a rigorous foundation of courses to foster innovative ideas and efficiently work in a variety of organizational structures. We emphasize management as a deliberate practice wherein graduates are theoretically informed, technically skilled, and imbued with a sense of responsibility and care for all stakeholders and the public good. And there is no better place than Silicon Valley to learn about Entrepreneurship and Leading Innovative Organizations through our MBA concentrations.
About our Undergraduate Major and Minors
The minor in international business is designed to educate students in a broad range of management and business skills in a global context. The program includes coursework in language, social science, and international business and is open to all undergraduate students.
Declare an entrepreneurship minor if you're interested in either developing a business or working in a startup with the chance to explore entrepreneurship as a career option and acquire the skills that can help you be successful.
Beyond the Classroom
Get involved outside of the classroom!
Join one of our student networks to participate in SCU's management community and to meet others interested in management and entrepreneurship. Check out our Beyond the classroom page.
As a part of Santa Clara University's larger Thriving Neighbors Initiative, the Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative (NPI) connects you and the knowledge you gain in the classroom with a community in need.
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News and Events
Over the course of the Spring quarter, management student Hector Robles undertook his own research project under the guidance of Professor Hooria Jazaieri.
Dr. Jo-Ellen Pozner was recently elected to a three-year position as representative-at-large for the Social Issues in Management Division (SIM) of the Academy of Management.