The management program at Saint Louis University focuses on both the human and organizational aspects of the workplace.
Today’s dynamic business environment demands graduates who can effectively handle decisions, including working with and leading people.
- Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
- Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Human Resource Management
- Bachelor of Science in Sports Business
- Minor in Entrepreneurship
- Minor in Human Resource Management
- Minor in Leadership and Change Management
- Minor in Sports Business
- Master of Business Administration
MBA students can select to focus their studies in an emphasis area, including management and entrepreneurship.
- Laurel Pope Boone, J.D.
- Rob Boyle, Ph.D.
- Anastasios Kaburakis, J.D., Ph.D.
- David Kaplan, Ph.D.
- Jerome Katz, Ph.D.
- Elouise Mintz, Ph.D.
- Fred Niederman, Ph.D.
- Michael Shaner, Ph.D.
- Jintong Tang, Ph.D.
- Christopher H. Thomas, Ph.D.
- Vincent Volpe, CPA
- Noni Zaharia, Ph.D.
- Robert Brockhaus, Ph.D.
- Scott Safranski, Ph.D.
- Philip Stoeberl, Ph.D.
Why Study Management?
Our faculty is at the center of our efforts to provide a high quality and challenging educational experience. They are academically prepared in their unique field of management and have professional experience in a variety of work settings. One of their many strengths is to integrate their professional experience into classroom learning and include the application of theory to real-world situations.
Theory Into Action
The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business curriculum incorporates opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience.
The department supports two student organizations, the SLU Entrepreneurs' Club and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The SLU Entrepreneurs' Club provides students the opportunity to help operate a small business, and SHRM provides networking opportunities for students as well as leadership and communication development opportunities.