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2015-2016 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Retail Management, BS


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Contact:

Office of Undergraduate Programs, 215 Whitman School of Management, 315-443-2361.

Faculty

Linda M. Cushman, Amanda G. Nicholson, Raymond M. Wimer

Today’s global marketplace demands skilled managers and leaders. The retail management program in the Whitman School prepares students for careers as buyers, store managers, apparel product developers, and sales and marketing representatives. The retail management faculty is committed to becoming an internationally recognized leader in providing the marketplace with well-educated, highly effective executives, advocates, and entrepreneurs. This major offers a student-centered approach to learning in partnership with national and international corporations and organizations. Through experienced faculty and visiting industry professionals, the program provides the basis of theoretical and practical knowledge that students need to succeed in the competitive and ever-changing environment.

Students in our programs participate in a wide variety of coursework and activities that prepare them for success in the field. Among the many opportunities are the college’s Martin and Phyllis Berman Lecture Series, which brings prominent CEOs and entrepreneurs to campus to meet and address the student body, and a variety of supervised field trips that enable students to explore the current business environment. Students are encouraged to spend a semester abroad in one of our many Syracuse University centers, which also offer appropriate coursework for the discipline.

Major Requirements


All retail management majors are required to take RMT 301 , RMT 307 , RMT 333 *, and RMT 475 *. Two other major courses, and management electives, depend on career objectives and should be selected with the assistance of a major advisor.

* Students must complete RMT 333  and RMT 475  for the major. These courses must be used as management electives or free electives as advised.

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