Western’s Management students work and learn in small classes. This encourages trust and transparency with fellow students and faculty, a quality critical to success for tomorrow’s leaders.

Many have called for a new generation of leaders who are passionate and bold, prepared to integrate their skills, values and goals. Western is a place for the passionate, so our management graduates naturally rise to the challenges.

What Will You Learn? What Skills Will You Acquire by Studying Management?

Today’s managers face mounting demands. They must anticipate customer needs, grow and motivate their workforce, be visionaries and a tactical leaders, while doing more with less. The Management emphasis at Western is a balanced approach of:

  • People management
  • Project management
  • Operational and strategic analysis

After Graduation

Our management graduates find success in many fields. A few include:

  • Web design
  • Business analysis
  • Sales consulting
  • Energy and utilities
  • Education
  • Business owner
  • Law enforcement
  • Financial advising
  • Project management

Next Steps

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  4. Start the online application process - apply online now.
  5. Find scholarships, grants, or financial aid that match your interests and situation.


Scholarships associated with academic programs usually have a specific scholarship application form that can easily be obtained by contacting that academic program's office or visiting that academic program's web page. If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid office at 970.943.3085 or 800.876.5309. To find scholarships based on year of study (e.g. - Freshmen Scholarships), please see the navigation to the left.

 Denver Association Of Petroleum Landmen

Denver Association Of Petroleum Landmen Scholarship is Available to:

Full-time students with at least a Junior status, enrolled in the Energy Management (formerly Professional Land and Resource Management) Program

Business Scholarship Provided by:

Denver Association of Petroleum Landmen

Amount: Award depends on funds available

Scholar Recipient Selected by:

Chair(s) of the PLRM Program

Application: Contact the Department of Business, Accounting & Economics for scholarship application and deadline information. (970) 943-2019 - Borick Business Building 213

Faculty & Staff


Professor of Business Administration
BS, MA, PhD, University of Alabama
Phone: 970.943.2673
Office Location: Borick Business Building 221
Assistant Professor
Phone: 970.943.3020
Office Location: Borick Business Building 242
Associate Dean of the Business School, Professor of Business Administration
BA Brigham Young University, MA, PhD Michigan State University
Phone: 970.943.2610
Office Location: Borick Business Building 243