A degree in management prepares students to move into decision-making positions within modern organizations. Graduates are prepared to make or assist with decisions at all levels, from mission determination, to strategic and tactical management, to management of routine operations. The degree is also suitable as a stepping stone into advanced studies such as a Master of Business Administration degree.

The general management concentration is appropriate for students who must work with people, projects and objects on an almost equal basis, who plan to work where a less specialized education is preferred or who are undecided about their career choice within management.

Management positions are available in:

  • Government Agencies
  • Nonprofit Organizations
  • Banks and Other Financial Institutions
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Service Industries
  • Manufacturing Firms

Students concentrating in human resources management are prepared to become managers of an organization’s human resources.

Graduates in this area seek beginning positions as personnel/human resources generalists or specialists in areas such as:

  • Safety
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance
  • Training and Development
  • Employee Benefits
  • Recruiting