The concentration in management prepares students to coordinate human, financial, and material resources to accomplish organizational goals, in both corporate and nonprofit settings. They develop a wide array of knowledge and skills in accounting, finance, marketing, economics, statistics, human resources functions, supply chain management, organizational behavior, and strategic decision-making.
A sampling of positions available to business management majors includes administrative officer, customer service manager, distribution manager, facility manager, entrepreneur, hospitality manager, human resource manager, inventory control specialist, job analyst, operations manager, project manager, recruiter, safety manager, supply chain supervisor, team leader, and marketing manager.
Starting salaries, while dependent on job specification, industry, and location, are generally in the $38,000 to $45,000 range.1
1Spring 2015 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers.