In your management classes, you're gaining practical insight and perspective in the field of management. After graduation, you'll be ready to take a number of jobs including a few of the titles listed below.
Most management jobs include planning, organizing, directing and controlling. You'll work with a large organization in any number of specific departments. You can oversee tasks directly related to the actual operation of the company.
|Information Systems Manager||Purchasing Manager|
|Marketing Manager||Financial Manager|
|Office Manager||Human Resources Manager|
In physical management, there are many different positions. As a facility manager, you coordinate the workplace environment with people and work of an organization. As an operations manager, you would control the intake and production for a manufacturing organization.
|Production Manager||Materials Manager|
Public sector management has many positions in a wide variety of industries. Some of those jobs could include city or county managers, government program managers, non-profit manager, school principal or director, school administrator or superintendent, college administrator and farming, forestry, mining or fishing managers.
|City or County Manager||Government Program Manager|
|Labor Relations Manager||Superintendent|
|College Administration||Human Resource Management|
Your position in private sector management can be in many different areas such as communications, food services, insurance, public utilities, real estate, retail, service, transportation or self-employed.
As a communications manager, you'll maintain the operations of a company such as telephones, internet connection, print media, TV or radio. While as a real estate manager, you'll direct a team of real estate agents and help keep the database of properties for sale or rent up to date.
|Restaurant Manager||Property Manager|
|Retail Sales Manager||Communications Manager|
|Bank Manager||Real Estate Broker|