Management and Organizational Change

Business and Management (BAM)

The Business and Management degree (BAM) has a duel focus. First, to increase students’ competence as business people, i.e. learning to operate and lead a product or service enterprise so that it is profitable. This involves developing knowledge and skills in business functions such as marketing, promotion and sales, production, accounting and finance, and distribution. The second focus is to develop greater Management ability. This applies to profit-making companies, and also to non-profit, healthcare, voluntary and government organizations. The emphasis of Management is managing human productivity through the creation of a high-performance organizational culture, which includes the skills of planning, motivating people, communicating effectively, analyzing problems, making decisions, and leading teams. Global business and adapting to a changing world are integrated into the Program.

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Program Faculty


  • Raul Consunji
  • Joe Fargnoli
  • Craig Fontaine
  • Lawrence Miscowski


Stephen Becker
Associate Professor of Management
Tel: 617-731-7069

Core Program Courses

EC 111 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
MN 101 Understanding Bus. in a Changing World
AC 205 Accounting I
MN 211 Management Principles
MN 220 Organizational Change: Strategies and Methods
MN 304 Business Leadership and Organizational Behavior
FN 310 Finance I
MN 351 Methods for Managerial Decision Making
MN 490 Senior Seminar in Business and Management
MN 495 Senior Internship


At least two of the following required:

EC 111 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 112 Principles of Macroeconomics
AC 206 Accounting II
MK 221 Marketing Principles
PY 224 Group Dynamics
MN 260 International Business
MN 270 The Nonprofit Organization
MN 301 Human Resource Management
MN 328 Entrepreneurship
EC 302 International Economics
MN 341 Business Law
MK 322 Marketing Research

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