From left to right: Bill Weiss, Chris Douthett, John LeClerc, Meghan Spellman, Adam Ward, Lindsay Preucil, Nick Pollera, Emily Rarig, Jack Duffy '79, Libby Conroy, Steven Decelian, Ryan Hinton, Brian LeShaw, Jesse Myerson, Tom Everett and Ryan Lester.

Fifteen Class of 2012 graduates who currently work for AT&T with Jack Duffy '79.

The Management Department offers a major in Organization and Management Studies (OMS) and a minor in Business, which integrate the study of these important fields into the liberal arts and sciences.

The OMS major explores organizations, how they behave within the context of societal issues, how people in those organizations behave, and how those organizations are managed. Students gain a strong foundation in organization theory and behavior, statistics, research methods, and systems thinking.

Management Programs

Critical thinking, rigorous inquiry, and the acquisition of knowledge -instead of just skills- are central to the OMS curriculum, and the Business Minor is designed to give students in any major a solid grounding in the core principles of business.

Find out more about our programs, explore the courses offered, and meet our faculty.

Requirements for Organization and Management Studies (OMS)
Checksheet for OMS majors

Requirements for Business Minor
Checksheet for Business minors

Management News

Business Minor

The business minor-which includes courses in finance, marketing, accounting, organizational behavior, and economics, plus one elective-is designed to give students in any major a solid grounding in the core principles of business.

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Jack Duffy ’79 forges a path to success for recent grads

Jack Duffy '79Gettysburg College alumnus and AT&T Vice President of Customer Service Jack Duffy ’79 knows where to find stellar job candidates who will do great work – his alma mater.

Twenty recent grads have joined the ranks at AT&T, many of whom are now enrolled in the company’s prestigious and demanding Business Sales Leadership Development Program in Atlanta. For Duffy, the early success of these young alums comes as no surprise.

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