University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Management: Lead the Way

Management is both art and science. Experienced executives will tell you that one of the most important skills any professional could possess is the ability to effectively manage others - regardless of the industry.

 

 


Management Undergraduate Program
Bachelor’s Degree

Management majors gain insight and skill needed for careers as professional managers or as self-employed entrepreneurs. These skills include technical knowledge, communicative capacity, human understanding, and conceptual and problem-solving ability.

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Management Graduate Programs
Ph.D Program

The primary objective of the Ph.D. program in Management is to prepare candidates for careers in university research and teaching.

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New & Noteworthy

Startup Chosen for $225,000 NSF Grant

Startup Chosen for $225,000 NSF Grant

A medical device company started as part of a University of Arkansas entrepreneurship class has earned a $225,000 grant to finish development of a device to make minimally-invasive abdominal surgeries safer for patients and better for surgeons.

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Free Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshops for Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni

Free Innovation and Entrepreneurship Workshops for Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni

The McMillon Innovation Studio and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation are hosting a series of workshops for university students, faculty, staff and alumni during the spring 2019 semester.

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Napoleon’s Hubris, Ali’s Rope-a-Dope

Napoleon’s Hubris, Ali’s Rope-a-Dope

Business Executives Also Base Decisions On Studying Their Rivals, Submissive or Provocative CEOs May Draw Attacks On Their Firms History is replete with examples of military commanders and sporting combatants using their perceptions of rival decision-makers in deciding how to engage those rivals – such as Russian commanders employing Napoleon’s hubris against him and Muhammad Ali … Continue reading Napoleon’s Hubris, Ali’s Rope-a-Dope

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