Become a mission-driven, results-oriented leader.

Major Roadmap

Explore your options — classes, internships, research and study abroad. Utilize the Management Major Guide to find what interests you, discover what you love, and create a major experience that jumpstarts your future. 

As a Management major, you’ll learn how to manage people and processes in different kinds of work settings — including teams distributed geographically. You’ll get a solid foundation in essential business concepts such as accounting, finance, marketing and economics. And you’ll learn how to create healthy work relationships and positive environments where employees (and organizations) flourish.

Austin is one of the country’s fastest-growing cities and economies, and you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of internships. Plus, The Bill Munday School of Business partners with local organizations like Capital Factory and Impact Hub Austin that will help build your network.

Through your classes and hands-on experience, you’ll develop the problem-solving skills and collaborative instinct that are the hallmarks of a good leader. You’ll start your career in human resources, recruiting, nonprofit leadership, government or virtually any type of industry ready to succeed.

Earn Two Degrees in Five Years

Complete your BA in Management and Master's Degree (MBA) with our pathway to receive two degrees in five years.

Success Coaches and Academic Advisors guide students through undergraduate and graduate courses to maximize benefits. Learn More.

What do our graduates do?

Management majors go on to a variety of careers and graduate schools from St. Edward’s. Here’s a sample.

  • Enterprise development specialist at Canonical Ltd.
  • Associate at Austin-based venture-capitalism firm Falkon Ventures
  • Assistant general manager (leading a team of 85) for Marriott International
  • Business development manager for Axiom
  • Team lead for Indeed
  • Founder of a delivery startup

More than Management

Management major Danielle Samuel ’12 creates connections and partnerships that influence an organization's growth — and benefit society. Read about her experiences as a Hilltopper and as a development manager for the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington.

The Classroom and Beyond

As a Management major, you’ll expand your skills through hands-on projects and partnerships with the Austin community.

Experiential Education

In Organizational Behavior and Leading Teams, students work in teams to analyze an organization, seeing organizational behavior come alive. Students recently worked with Keweenaw Mountain Lodge, a wilderness resort in Michigan, and with Austin businesses and nonprofits.

In Social Responsibility of Business, you’ll participate in a service activity in the community and write a paper about the experience. You’ll also work in a team to create a new product or service for a company that will meet a social need for an underserved community.

SEU to You

Students taking Associate Professor of Management Mary Dunn’s class gain insights in improving effectiveness in their careers, especially in today's challenging and uncertain environment.

Student Organizations

Delta Mu Delta is the national honor society in business administration.

Delta Sigma Pi is the coed business fraternity that is both a professional and social club. In recent semesters members have attended a panel presentation about digital marketing and a talk about real estate investment careers; traveled to a leadership conference in Kansas City, networked at a happy hour with alumni; and made sandwiches for people living on the street.