Graduates are well-positioned to move into managerial or other senior positions or start their own businesses in a variety of technical industries. Students take business and management courses such as Managerial Accounting, Quality Assurance, Leadership and Marketing.
The degree is also designed to enhance business soft skills such as communication, business writing and human relations. Courses are taught by faculty members who have extensive industry experience along with the appropriate degrees and certifications in their field of expertise. Evening and some blended course options are available to accommodate a variety of work schedules and life circumstances.
Common Job Titles
Operations Manager; Project Manager; Product Manager; Project Lead
Johnson Controls; Target; Werner Electric
$41,000 – $133,000
SOURCE: Based on the 2010-2011 Edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, www.bls.gov
The Applied Management bachelor’s completion degree also has the option of an Management Information Systems (MIS) concentration. By switching in courses such as Management of Distributed Systems, System Analysis, Database Technologies and Management Information Systems, we make you an even more valuable – and marketable — data management professional than you are now.