The most flexible of the business majors, a management degree from ACU prepares a graduate to enter any organization, whether it be a Fortune 500 company, a non-profit, or a start-up business. Many of these students jump-start their careers through a management trainee program. The management degree offers concentrations in business leadership, human resource management, and entrepreneurship. Each management major must have at least one concentration.

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Submissions from 2017

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Value Chain Development With The Extremely Poor: Evidence And Lessons From CARE, Save The Children, And World Vision, Monty Lynn, Dan Norell, Emily Janoch, Elly Kaganzi, Malini Tolat, and Emily C. Riley

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Gain All You Can, Save All You Can, Give All You Can: An Exercise In Giving, Kyle Tippens, Monty Lynn, James Litton, and Jozell Brister

Submissions from 2016

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More Blessed To Give Than To Receive: A Model Of Lifetime Charitable Giving, Monty Lynn, James Litton, Jozell Brister, and Kyle Tippens

Submissions from 2015

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Congregational Aid: North American Protestant Engagement in International Relief and Development, Monty Lynn

Submissions from 2013

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Extending the Conversation: A Network Analysis of Academic Associations in Workplace Spirituality, Monty Lynn and David J. Burns

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Faith at Work Scale, Monty Lynn, Michael J. Naughton, and Steve VanderVeen

Submissions from 2010

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Connecting Religion and Work: Patterns and Influences of Work-Faith Integration, Monty Lynn, Michael J. Naughton, and Steve VanderVeen

Submissions from 2005

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Organizational Buffering: Managing Boundaries and Cores, Monty Lynn

Submissions from 2004

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Prayerful Teaching In Higher Education: A Survey Of Themes, Monty Lynn

Submissions from 2003

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Ora Et Labora - The Practice Of Prayerful Teaching, Monty Lynn