Strategic Management and Policy
The Strategic Management and Policy concentration is oriented toward cross-functional problem solving and analysis. Careers and employment resulting from the Strategic Management and Policy concentration include strategic planning, public sector and nonprofit management, public affairs, policy analysis, environmental affairs, and other cross-functional positions.
Strategic Management and Policy Concentration Checklist
Please use the concentration checklist as a guide to satisfy your graduation requirements. Check off the courses as you complete them to keep track of your progress. If you are pursuing a catalog year prior to Fall 2014 or you have general questions regarding concentration requirements, please consult with the Faculty Concentration Advisor.
Checklist for Strategic Management and Policy students:
Strategic Management and Policy Faculty Concentration Advisor
- Karen Patterson
- Associate Professor
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: (505) 277-2807
- Office: MCM 3036
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- Bio: Dr. Patterson received her PhD from Texas Tech University in 2007. Her research interests broadly focus on macroeconomic developments, most notably industry evolution and the specific determinants of industry trajectory. Empirically, she is interested in the emergence, acceptance and persistence of nontraditional practices, including complementary and integrative medicine, religion, athletics, online gambling and other stigmatized activities. She prefers a mixed methods approach to research, utilizing both historical archival analysis as well as longitudinal time-series analysis. Dr. Patterson serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Management Inquiry and has published in the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, and Sport Management Review, among other journals.
Department Contact Information
The Strategic Management and Policy Concentration falls within the Department of Organizational Studies (DOS). For more information on this department, including contact information for the department chair, please visit the DOS Website.