Management Department

Preparing you to pursue a career as a successful manager, change agent or entrepreneur.

Each major, minor and concentration within the Management Department explores the essential skills needed to become a successful leader in an increasingly global, connected, and diverse business environment. You will gain an understanding of strategic management, decision making and negotiation from interdisciplinary courses that will help you develop the skills to apply your education across a wide variety of careers.

Depending on your interest, you can tailor your education to focus on organizations, international business, entrepreneurship or Supply Chain Management. A wide variety of faculty interests and course offerings allow you pursue your career aspirations. Courses include business ethics and corporate social responsibility, negotiations, digital entrepreneurship, new venture creation, global entry and competitive strategy, and global sourcing, among others.

At the intersection of business and technology, Saunders graduates are prepared to enter the business world and become successful leaders and entrepreneurs. As a graduate from Saunders College, you will have the skills crucial to starting new ventures and managing organizations.

Principal Lecturer
Interim Department Chair and Principal Lecturer
585-475-7161
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Academic Programs

Undergraduate Majors:

Undergraduate Minors:

MBA Specialties:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmentally Sustainable Management
  • International Business
  • Management and Leadership
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technology Management

MS Programs:

Advanced Certificates:

Department Chair

“Success in today’s business environment requires a knowledge of technology, leadership skills, entrepreneurial thinking, and global awareness. By combining cutting-edge research, expertise, and an inter-disciplinary curriculum, students are prepared to be innovative problem solvers and leaders in the fields of technology, innovation and supply chain."

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs
585-475-7126
LOW-3313