Management Points of Pride
The Management Department ranks 17th in the Texas A&M management department research productivity rankings for
The department includes the former editors-in-chief of the Academy of Management Journal, the Journal of Management, and
Organizational Research Methods. The department also includes current associate editors of both Academy of Management
Journal and Academy of Management Review. The associate editors for those two journals come from 25 different universities.
Only Georgia and one other university have faculty serving as associate editors for both of these flagship outlets.
Collectively, the faculty hold 22 editorial review board positions among the top-tier journals in management, including
Academy of Management Journal (7), Academy of Management Review (2), Administrative Science Quarterly (1), Journal of
Applied Psychology (4), Strategic Management Journal (3), Personnel Psychology (2), Organization Science (1), Organizational
Research Methods (1) and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1).
The faculty includes a recipient of the Distinguished Career Award from the Research Methods Division of the Academy of
Management, a recipient of the Distinguished Mid-Career Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy,
and former presidents of the Research Methods Division and the Careers Division.
The faculty includes the inaugural recipient of the University’s Michael F. Adams Early Career Scholar Award, and two faculty
members are International Research Fellows at Oxford University.
Driven by strong faculty mentorship, our PhD program has placed students at a number of top universities in recent years,
including Arizona State, Penn State, and Oklahoma State.
76% of undergraduate Management majors obtained employment within 3 months of graduation.
Internships enable our students to identify and develop skills within their course of study. Students earn academic credit while
completing a project under the direction of a Management faculty member. Large and small firms have participated, including
Disney, Bank of America, Waffle House, Target, Chick-fil-A, Aflac, C.H. Robinson and the Atlanta Braves.
Management majors also serve in internships within UGA through the Archway Partnership, and the Small Business
Development Center.
Management majors participate in the Management Society, a student organization where members gain additional insight into
the business world and management practices.
Management students who have excelled in their academic program are invited to join Sigma Iota Epsilon, the national honorary
fraternity for management. Management students with excellent academic records are chosen annually by the department to
receive the T.W. Reed Scholarship and the Frank & Nancy Moore Scholarship.
As of Fall 2015, management students may specialize in a formal Area of Emphasis in Operations/Supply Chain Management,
and beginning in Fall 2016, may specialize in a formal Area of Emphasis in Human Resources Analytics.

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