Management & Information Systems

The Bachelor of Business Administration gives a student credentials important to getting their first job as an entry-level manager or manager-trainee. Every organization of any size and type depends on and needs managers.

During a career in management, one’s responsibility can grow from the job of entry-level manager, to department manager, and eventually to division manager or even to Chief Executive Officer. How far one advances in managerial positions depends on training (such as the Business Management major), talent for working with people, and effort. Working with people is a primary focus of management; therefore, good communications skills (both oral and written) are essential to the success of the manager.