2015-2016 UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]
Department of Management and Marketing
Faculty and Fields of Interest
Godwin Ariguzo marketing intelligence, entrepreneurship, global business
Paul Bacdayan organizational behavior, total quality management, management communications
Nora Ganim Barnes marketing research, consumer behavior, social media
Joseph Chang marketing
Catharine Curran (Chairperson) integrated marketing communications, advertising, marketing strategy, regulation of marketing and advertising to children
Jacqueline (Jackie) Einstein management
Richard F Golen business law, environmental law, employment law, intellectual property law
Konrad Jamro management
Kellyann Kowalski team development, human resource management, organizational behavior
Jose Domingo Mora consumer behavior, social influence, advertising, media and statistical models
Chris Papenhausen strategic management, entrepreneurship
Satya Parayitam strategic management, managing workplace diversity
Kathleen Suchon leadership, enterprise management, international management
D. Steven White services marketing, sustainable economic development, global business, international marketing
The Department of Management and Marketing offers two major programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree: Management and Marketing.
The purpose of the Management program is to enable undergraduate management students to understand management concepts and to acquire application skills that will allow them to function creatively, flexibly, and successfully in private or public domestic and global organizations of any size. Management majors pick an option in either Organizational Leadership or Small Business/Entrepreneurship.
The purpose of the Marketing program is to prepare students for careers in domestic and international marketing with a focus on consumers and acquiring information for decision making.
Other programs in the Department include a Minor in Business Administration (for non-business majors), a Minor in International Business (for non-business majors and business majors), and a minor in Management (for business majors). The minor in Marketing (for business majors) is temporarily closed.