Managers balance projects, teams, and processes. They coordinate, strategize, plan, evaluate, and motivate.

Managers often oversee a budget and the activities of others to ensure that an organization’s goals and objectives are the focus of employee activities. Effective managers handle conflict, create good working environments for employees, and care for the human resources of an organization.

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Career Opportunities

Account manager

Analyst

Business manager

Client services

Consultant

Customer service

Events planner

Entrepreneur

Executive assistant

Human resources manager

Logistics/distribution manager

Negotiator

Operations manager

Project manager

Recruiter

Retail manager

Small business owner

Supply manager

Team leader

Trainer/facilitator

Learn by Doing

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We're seeing that you can be socially responsible and sustainable and be very profitable at the same time.

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Academic Programs


The organization and innovation management concentration provides you with a comprehensive knowledge of management, along with the skills necessary for effective decision making in a business environment.


Undergraduate

Certificates

You may want to earn a certificate when you're looking to expand your program of study without having to add a full concentration. You may choose our management certificates or other business certificates to supplement your major and make you more marketable.


We think earning an MBA is about the experience and the people you meet while you are growing toward your life and work goals. We offer five MBA programs so you can customize the way you learn according to your preferences – the choice is yours.