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Students will learn basic business principles like finance, leadership, and entrepreneurship and can adjust their major to a specific field. Want to have a management position in a tech company? Minor in information technology. Taking on your family business? Take courses in supply chain management. No matter the situation, students have ample credit hours to customize their degrees and prepare for their dream job.
Human Resource Manager
Manages the people that are often an organization’s most important resource. They may have diverse responsibilities, from recruiting and hiring employees, administering compensation and benefit plans to dealing with employee discipline and termination issues.
Manages the day-to-day operations of a retail store. Responsibilities vary but may include training staff, managing budgets, maintaining financial records, dealing with customer complaints, overseeing pricing, and preparing promotions.
Small Business Owner
Has responsibility for every aspect of a business. Some small business owners create a business from scratch; others take over an existing business or purchase a franchise.
Getting Started in this degree
If you are interested in Business Management, start with one of the following major-specific courses
A Business Management degree provides first-hand business experience and teaches students to innovate, develop necessary leadership skills, and act as disciples of Christ in a business setting. Internship experience also offers practical and networking experience required to obtain employment.
The Business Management Operations degree prepares students to manage the essential, core business functions like forecasting, new product introduction, purchasing, production, product distribution, customer service, and replenishment and inventory planning.