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Effective managers are leaders who learn as fast as the world is changing. If you like leading by example, have an infectiously positive attitude, great focus and a high level of drive for your chosen mission, a major in management at Linfield will sharpen your talents for guiding successful teams and give you the background to be a capable leader, whatever the setting.

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As a management major at Linfield

you might take:

International Management

Examine legal, political, operational, ethical and strategic issues in the management of multinational firms. (BNMG 410)

Team Dynamics

Learn how teams develop, how they function and what makes them successful as you develop hard skills in team facilitation. (BNMG 411)

Business, Ethics and Society

Apply your analytical skills to business decisions that raise moral questions about social and environmental issues. (BNMG 415)

Studying management at Linfield

Learning Outcomes

  • Appreciate ethical, legal and global aspects of business.

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  • Apply knowledge of the management and strategy of organizations.

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  • Demonstrate literacy in accounting.

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  • Understand the role of marketing.

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  • Demonstrate competency in financial analysis.

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Intern in all areas of management

Linfield's School of Business internship program is one of the oldest and most successful in the Pacific Northwest. Internships provide invaluable hands-on experience and further develop your professional skills. Some companies where management majors at Linfield have found internship placements include:

  • McMinnville Economic Development Partnership
  • Water First International

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Have questions about studying management at Linfield? Reach out! We'd love to connect with you.

Virlena Crosley
Virlena Crosley
Department Chair and Associate Professor
TJ Day Hall