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Department Overview

The Department of Management offers five different programs. The following is a brief introduction to each program and potential job opportunities available to their graduates:


1. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Management: Studying a management degree gives graduates a broad knowledge of business, finance, economics and marketing and a range of practical skills and work experience, making them highly sought after by employers and graduate training schemes. Management majors are eligible to work in a variety of business organizations. Previous graduates have been successful professionals in organizations in all industries and fields, including manufacturing, health care services, finance, gaming, tourism, utilities, not-for-profit, and the government. Management graduates can work in the public, private and voluntary sectors. they can pursue careers as management consultants, business advisers, senior employment analysts, actuarial analysts, business analysts, business development managers, chartered management accountants, corporate investment bankers, data analysts, data scientists, project managers, risk managers, etc…


2. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Marketing: A career in marketing can take you in several different directions. Marketing is comprised of many facets and activities. The common denominator of the marketing opportunities is the sense of ownership over the product and/or service and the necessity to understand the customer's needs and wishes and then translate those needs in the communication of your marketing strategy. Career opportunities in marketing can include internet-marketing positions to more traditional marketing jobs like television, radio or billboard marketing.  The gamut of choices almost feels limitless. Marketing graduates can pursue careers as public relations managers, market research analysts, advertising managers, brand managers, media buyers, chief marketing officers, promotions managers, meeting, convention and event planners, etc…

 
3. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Public Sector Management: Public sector management degree programs are designed to prepare students for careers related to public policy and its implementation in different areas. The most prominent application of this degree program is within the civil services at the local, state, or government levels. Public sector management graduates can pursue careers as management  news or budget analysts, operations research specialists, public relations specialists, administrative service managers, public relations and fundraising managers, environmental service and protection specialists,  etc…

 

4. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Human Resource Management: A human resource management (HRM) degree can be relevant to almost any organization. It is a versatile qualification that enable holders to master hiring, training, development and general people skills. Human resource management graduates can perform as human resources officers, training and development officers, occupational psychologists, office managers, administrative services managers, compensation and benefits managers, compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists, human resources specialists, labor relations specialists, etc...

 
5. Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management: Upon graduation logistics and supply-chain job opportunities available to these students are plentiful and varied. There are both tactical and strategic roles and it is likely that you will gain an overview of the profession before specializing and then progressing to more senior positions. Supply chain management graduates can perform as production, planning and expediting clerks, data analysts, purchasing agents, operations managers, logistics analysts, purchasing managers, supply chain managers, logisticians, logistics managers, storage and distribution managers, etc…