Since the department’s inception in 1963, the Terry College of Business has long recognized that a career in management can offer an unrivaled mixture of enriching challenges, and today’s curriculum is designed for these dynamic times. The primary objective of the management major is to help candidates develop the global perspective, problem-solving skills, and versatile knowledge base needed to manage and lead the modern organization.
Points of Pride
Offer a variety of student societies and programs, including Management Society Sigma Iota Epsilon and the Entrepreneurship program.
Management faculty serve in prestigious editorial positions for various leading journals and have won outstanding research and teaching awards.
William Harper (MBA ‘08) and Christian Allen (MBA ‘08) have used Next Top Entrepreneur as a vehicle to give back to Terry and invest in startups at the same time.
Add Ken Williams (MBA ’11), who won top honors at a business plan competition between UGA, Georgia Tech and Emory, to those preaching the gospel of the Terry Entrepreneurship Program.
A highly touted football player, Sturdivant’s academic side has flourished at Terry, where he is set to graduate in December with a double major in finance and management.