Students get together for the 2011 UNIBusiness Graduation Celebration.
Students from Six Sigma study abroad class visiting Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
Professor Ratchford providing assistance to students in Intro to Information Systems.
Management Department Secretary, Karen Hansen, is always willing to help. Stop in and talk with her or click here to fill out our online form.
Students in Management Information Systems Projects learning the importance of following directions.
Students visiting the Cliffs of Moher on the coast of Ireland while they studied abroad to earn their Six Sigma Green Belt certification.
Professor of Management, Dan Bumblauskas, led a group of UNIBusiness students to Ireland in the summer of 2015 to help them earn Six Sigma Green Belt certification.

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With four different emphasis areas, you can focus on an aspect of management that most interests you: Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain and Operations Management or Organizational Leadership.

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hollyThrough the Organizational Leadership program, I was exposed to a number of different classes that helped me develop strong interpersonal and professional skills. Organizational Leadership classes aren’t your typical lecture based classes, they are interactive and hands on classes where you are able to practice the skills you are learning at the time. These are the classes where I feel like I learned the most, but also the classes I enjoyed the most during my time at UNI. Also, the professors in this program are awesome and great mentors if you need any help or advice about classes, resumes, interview tips, etc. One of the highlights from my time at UNI was doing a group service project through my Leadership Skills class with Professor Guay. My group’s project was putting together care packages to send to soldiers overseas. We collected donations from organizations and businesses throughout the Cedar Valley and our hometowns. At the end of the semester, we held an event on campus where we asked students to come and put together a care package and write a personalized letter to a soldier. Our event was a huge success and we ended up making 101 care packages which we sent to Operation Gratitude, a non-profit organization that sends care packages to U.S. Military overseas, to make sure they got to the soldiers safely. This project was a great experience for me because it gave me the opportunity to get more involved in the community and connect with organizations I might not have met otherwise. I am so glad I was involved in this project and was able to give back to the community.”
Holly SeemannOrganizational Leadership, May 2015