The management program provides the skill and knowledge for students who will assume leadership roles in business. This program prepares them for various managerial positions. Students choose from one of four areas of emphasis in management: hospitality management, human resource management, international business, and small business/entrepreneurship. Students who prefer not to pursue an area of emphasis may complete a general track within management. The general track offers students the opportunity to complete electives in more than one of the areas of emphasis. However, a student may not complete more than two electives in one of the areas of emphasis. Students pursuing the hospitality management track develop expertise in the fields of restaurant, tourism, and hotel management. Plus they receive an overview of the hospitality and tourism industries, allowing them to choose various career paths. Students pursuing the human resource management area of emphasis develop expertise for careers such as compensation analyst, recruiter or training specialist. Students pursuing the international business area of emphasis are encouraged to study a foreign language and are instructed to participate in a study abroad program. They develop expertise in international business strategy and they acquire an appreciation of foreign culture and business practices. Students pursuing the small business/entrepreneurship area of emphasis pursue positions such as small business manager, entrepreneur, or franchise owner.