Aid your career in management by by becoming a more effective leader and communicator with knowledge of business organizational structures, though the MS in Management and Organization.
Management positions often require strong problem solving skills, and the ability to work under pressure and with different levels of personnel.
Expect to start out supervising a work group in the area of your technical expertise and progress from there. Since managers are found in virtually every organization and business, there are endless possibilities for employment.
What were once considered 'nontraditional" careers are becoming much more common in a service economy where people are less dependent on the hiring and career paths in Fortune 500 companies.
You may find the MS Management prepares you to be a consultant to companies undergoing a wide variety of organizational change initiatives.
Consider one of the Specializations in the MS in Management degree and hone your skills for a more specialized area.
Business Career Connections
Business Career Connections (BCC) office assists Business School
graduate students by developing partnerships with local employers. The
office facilitates introductions and provides personalized support in
the job search process.
Designed to supplement existing services available through the Career Center,
BCC takes professional connections to the next level. It is a resource
for networking students with strategic employers in the business
community. Due to its relationships, BCC is constantly aware of
new-to-the-market job openings and can help connect students to
internships, part-time and full-time career opportunities.