Management and Organization (M&O)The Robert H. Smith School of Business
1570 Van Munching Hall, 301-405-2286
Chair: G. Chen, P. Prochno (Assoc Dept Chair)
Professors: K. Bartol, A. Gupta, H. Liao, D. Shapiro, M. Taylor, R. Tronetti
Associate Professors: C. Beckman, W. Ding, B. Goldfarb, D. Kirsch, R. Reger, M. Seo, C. Stevens, S. Tangirala, D. Waguespack
Assistant Professors: R. Corredoira, M. Pitesa, R. Rozin, V. Venkataramani
Lecturers: J. Aberman, P. Cleveland, N. Coomber, P. Dastidar, J. Gebhardt, M. Geppi, C. Graser, W. Knight, D. Kressler, J. Kudisch, G. Langa, N. Moye, R. Muller, P. Prochno, J. Russell, J. Sanders, O. Schlake, A. Sherman, P. Silverman, J. Spina, L. Spina, M. Wellman
Professors Emeriti: J.R. Baum, S. Carroll, M. Gannon, R. Lamone, E. Locke, H. Sims
The Management and Organization department offers the Management major (includes an Entrepreneurship Track). The Entreprenuership Track of the Management major is only offered at the Smith School @ Shady Grove program ( www.rhsmith.umd.edu/undergrad/shadygrove/ ).
Admission to the Major
See Robert H. Smith School of Business entry in chapter 6 for admission requirements.
Requirements for the Major
Management majors at the at the College Park campus are offered the Standard major track, and students attending the Shady Grove campus are offered the Entrepreneurship track of the Management major. Course requirements for the junior-senior curriculum concentration of the Management major are as follows:
Common Courses of all Management Majors: (12 credits)
One of the following (International Requirement): (3credits)
One of the following (Ethics Requirement): 3credits
In addition to the 12 credits of management major requirements listed above, management majors must complete 6-9 credits in one of the tracks listed below.
STANDARD TRACK (offered only at College Park campus)
ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRACK - (offered only at the Smith School at Shady Grove campus)
Total Major Requirements 18/21 cr
General advising for students admitted to the Smith School of Business is available Monday through Friday in the Office of Undergraduate Programs, 1570 Van Munching Hall, 301-405-2286, firstname.lastname@example.org . It is recommended that students visit this office each semester to ensure that they are informed about current requirements and procedures. Transfer students entering the university can be advised during spring, summer, and fall transfer orientation programs. Contact the Orientation Office for further information, 301-314-8217.