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Business Process Management

Is Business Process Management the right fit for me?

Can you break things down to build them back up? Are the words "simplify" and "streamline" music to your ears? A process management major typically combines a thoughtful, goal-oriented approach to projects with the business skills necessary to manage systems, people, ideas, and capital.

What courses will I take?

Some of the courses you might take include:

  • Business Process Management
  • Logistics Management
  • Small Business Consulting
  • Information Technology Management
  • New Product Development
  • Project Management

What kind of job will I get when I graduate?

You might start as an operations or strategy consultant, a project manager, a supply chain analyst, or a quality management professional.

Who recruits Business Process majors?

  • AT&T
  • Bearing Point
  • General Electric
  • Kimberly-Clarke
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Steak 'N Shake
  • Target

Required Courses


Course #

Course Name


BADM 350

Information Technology for Networked Organizations (Prerequisite: Junior standing)


BADM 374

Management Decision Models (Prerequisite: ECON 203)


BADM 375

Business Process Management (Prerequisite: Junior standing)


BADM 377

Project Management (Prerequisite: Junior standing)


BADM 378

Logistics Management (Prerequisite: Junior standing)


BADM 379

Business Process Improvement (Prerequisite: Junior standing)

Choose three of the following*:


BADM 311

Individual Behavior in Organizations (Prerequisite: BADM 310)


BADM 312

Organizational Design and Environment (Prerequisite: BADM 310)


BADM 329

New Product Development (Prerequisite: BADM 320)


BADM 353

Information Systems Design and Management (Prerequisite: BADM 352)


BADM 445

Small Business Consulting (Prerequisite: Junior standing)


BADM 453

Decision Support Systems (Prerequisite: BADM 350)

*One of these three course requirements may be satisfied by an appropriate internship, approved in advance by the Head of the Department of Business Administration or designee.

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