15-1: Management The 15-1 Management major is our flexible degree that allows students to either pursue a subject in depth, explore an interdisciplinary problem and/or complement another major. The major in Management gives students a broad exposure to management and business topics. Students study foundational subjects including communications, accounting, microeconomics, organizational processes, probability, and statistics. Building upon this base, students are then able to tailor their education towards either a deep dive in a specific subject area or an interdisciplinary/cross-disciplinary concentration. The major and minor in Management provide an innovative business education that is broad and flexible, grounded in quantitative strength through research-informed, practically applied teaching. Students employ rigorous analysis with effective communication in the classroom and apply these skills to their co-curricular and professional activities. Students are prepared to understand how their role and the knowledge they gain fits into the goals of their organization. 15-1 provides students choices in how to prepare for their post-graduation plans while giving them a strong foundation in the subjects necessary for success in a broad range of organizations and companies. The Undergraduate Education Office and Course 15 advisors will work with the students in creating a coherent concentration that fulfills the students' academic interests and post-graduation goals.