The Department of Management & Global Business (MGB) is devoted to improving the leadership and management skills of people and the strategies and management of organizations though teaching and research. The MGB curriculum includes an expansive portfolio of courses in leadership, management, business strategy, international business, business ethics, entrepreneurship, and technology management that prepare future leaders for careers in a wide range of industries and functional areas.
The MGB department faculty is renowned for its world-class research. Interactions with the business community allow the MGB faculty to develop new research ideas, to test the applicability of its research findings to real-world situations, and to acquire data to test theories. The department houses several research and outreach centers which offer unique opportunities for the department to integrate research and service to the business community.
Management & Global Business department faculty members hold prestigious editorial positions. John Cantwell is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies. Ted Baker is Associate Editor for the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal and Field Editor for the Journal of Business Venturing.
Faculty members are thought leaders in the areas of cross-cultural management, managing diversity, technology management and innovation, entrepreneurship, mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, multinational management, corporate social responsibility and ethics.
- Undergraduate Major in Leadership & Management
- MBA in Global Business
- MBA in Strategy & Leadership
- MBA in Technology Commercialization, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Ph.D. in International Business
- Ph.D. in Organization Management
Research Centers and Outreach
- Institute for Ethical Leadership
- Technology Management Research Center
- The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development
- The Rutgers Advanced Institute for the Study of Entrepreneurship and Development
Professor Chao Chen
Professor Ed Hubbard
Department Vice Chair