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Learn the business of business with this general management degree studying many aspects of the modern organization.


Core subjects include management, accounting, marketing, organization, law and finance. Specialization in a particular field — international management, manufacturing management, organizational leadership or financial services — can lead to valuable, in-depth study in your area of interest.


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Opportunities

Engage in teamwork and practical projects to put what you’re learning into practice -- culminating with your capstone experience. Join a student-operated, faculty-advised professional organization such as the Business Management Club or Phi Beta Lambda. Interact with, and gain experience from, professional groups in the business community. Build your resume through internships and co-op opportunities. Apply for a study abroad program in Europe, Australia or mainland China -- or one of the internships available at the local, national, and international levels.

Outcomes

Opportunities include

  • Supervisory, executive and administrative positions in business, industry, government and not-for-profit institutions
  • Starting and running entrepreneurial businesses

Graduate studies may include

  • Business
  • Insurance
  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Public policy

“It just amazes me how many of the faculty in the business school have real-world experience. It just takes it to the next level... My favorite course by far has got to be my 'Issues in Leadership' class. I want to get into leadership consulting when I graduate, and it’s really moved my interest in graduate school from getting my MBA to also getting my MS in organizational leadership as well as my Ph.D. in organizational behavior.”

— Tucker Sholtes ’15