The Business Management program provides a strong foundation of the principles of general business, and prepares students to develop the skills needed to immediately be successful in the workforce or transfer to a four-year institution. The program includes courses that teach interpersonal or “soft skills,” marketing, finance, management, IT, accounting, business law, operations management, and economics.
Students who choose this major will learn from industry experienced professors by applying practical business principles to solve dynamic business challenges.
A business management graduate will be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to demonstrate proficiency and immediately be successful in the workforce. This degree prepares students for a broad business career path by covering many core business areas that apply to key industries and specialties.
Business career paths include accountant or auditor, appraiser or assessor of real estate, budget analyst, claims adjuster, appraisers or examiners, compensation and benefit analysts, cost estimators, entrepreneurs, financial analyst and examiners, fundraisers, operations analyst, management trainee, human resource specialists, insurance underwriters, loan officers, supply chain, management analysts, market research analysts, purchasing managers and buyers, tax examiners and collectors, and training and development specialists.