The Business Management program curriculum is designed to meet the needs of the person preparing for an entry-level management position or planning to own and operate one’s own business. The important concept of interrelation of all business activities is presented and brought together in the small business management capstone course. The business courses encompass the best technical knowledge, computer software applications, economic principles, management practices, understanding of human behavior, and realization of social responsibilities and influences.
Through the Business Management program, students can select from several areas of emphasis and four independent majors: Human Resources Management Marketing Management, Real Estate, and Entrepreneurship. Within the Marketing Management major, students may opt to take courses in the Graphic Design concentration.
Graduates of the Business Management program find employment in banking, real estate, retail, marketing, manufacturing, and warehousing. Graduates qualify for many different management and office positions including: supervisor, sales representative, office manager, human resource assistant, customer service representative, insurance agent, and many other similar positions.