Management is about planning, organizing, leading and directing others as you work toward a common goal. As a management student, you’ll learn all four of these aspects of management, as well as how to implement them in the workplace.
- Small class sizes
- Instructors with key management experience
- Management principles taught in a faith-based environment
- Internship program to turn classroom instruction into practical experience
Management is more than just being the head of a group of executives. For anyone who leads a team – from law enforcement professionals and business executives to non-profit directors and healthcare providers – learning how to organize and motivate people to best use their strengths is a key component in career success. You’ll learn how to plan and structure your organization’s strategies. And you’ll learn how to direct individuals and groups through situational leadership. Lastly, you’ll be able to benchmark and measure your team’s successes and set-backs, and to communicate them to those around you.
In addition to classroom learning, where you’ll learn key components of management taught through a Christian lens; you’ll also be able to implement those skills through simulations and internships. Upon graduation, you’ll also be prepared to pursue an MBA, a Master of Organizational Leadership or a Master of Financial Management.
As a management major, you’ll be equipped for positions such as these*:
- Medical and Health Services Manager $99,730
- Industrial Production Manager $103,380
- Sales Managers $124,400
- Social and Community Services Managers $65,320
- Administrative Services Manager $96,180
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics