Lead Yourself to Lead Others

Why Ole Miss?

Develop into the business leader you are destined to become with a degree in Management. You’ll learn how to lead others in dynamic, constantly changing work environments through flexible and responsive action. Ole Miss management majors hone their communication skills, decision-making abilities, conflict resolution expertise, and develop the ability to lead and direct organizations toward success.

What Will You Learn?

You’ll become the person that possesses a vision for a better future, its implementations, and leads people toward it. The Management curriculum includes courses focused on the technical and soft skills needed by organizations to be successful, while still giving you space to specialize in an area that you’re interested in. This gives you knowledge and a competitive advantage over graduates from other schools without those specializations.

What Will You Become?

By the time you graduate, you’ll be prepared to successfully lead all sizes of organizations, from start-ups to large corporations. You understand how to motivate people toward your vision of the future.


Students have an opportunity to pursue an emphasis in:

  • Healthcare Management: Because the U.S. health system is massive and complex, students venture beyond the common business model into the specific complications of the healthcare industry.
  • Human Resource Management: Successful, smart organizations treat people as their most important asset. Students learn how to manage and maximize the potential of the people to help businesses succeed.
  • International Business Management: As the world has become smaller through technology, business organizations increasingly operate globally. The international business emphasis is designed to augment student goals for living and working abroad while working for a global organization. This emphasis prepares you for business in other countries, other cultures.

Are You Ready?

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Meet our students

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