Oregon State University

Management

What is Management? Related Careers
Related Skills Job & Internship Search Links
Career Planning Links Professional Association Links
Miscellaneous Links OSU Management Program

What is Management?

According to the OSU College of Business, "The Management curriculum helps prepare students for careers as managers and supervisors in goods-producing and service enterprises. Students obtain a solid grounding in management of systems, personnel, and quality. The integrative focus of the Management program also provides excellent preparation for graduate-level studies in law, urban and regional planning, public services administration, and health care administration.

"Management is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling that encompasses human, material, and financial resources in an organizational environment. A management option means that you have learned the concepts of getting things done through others within organizations."

Management - What Can I Do with This Degree? pdf - lists the industry areas, employers, and strategies for using your degree.

Related Careers

Accountant

Industrial Production Manager

Administrative Services Managers

Instructional Coordinator

Administrative Services Mangers

Insurance Agent

Advertising Manager

Insurance Sales Agent

Advertising Sales Agent

Insurance Underwriter

Architectural and Engineering Manager

Loan Officer

Auditor

Lodging Manager

Budget Analyst

Management Analyst

Commodities Agent

Market Research Analyst

Community Association Managers

Marketing Manager

Compensation and Benefits Manager

Medical and Health Services Manager

Construction Manager

Operations Research Analyst

Customer Services Representative

Personal Financial Advisor

Executive

Promotions Manager

Financial Analyst

Public Relations Manager

Financial Services Sales Agent

Real Estate Broker

Food Service Manager

Retail Manager

Human Resources Manager

Sales Manager

Human Resources Specialist

Training and Development Manager

Related Skills

Analytical Skills

Detail Oriented

Self-Motivated

Background in Business

Interested in Current Events

Strong Mathematical Skills

Communication Skills (Oral & Written)

Organization Skills

Team Player

Job & Internship Search Links

USAJobs.gov - check out the Students and Recent Grads section and the Federal Jobs by College Major for a listing of job titles related to your major.

Internal Revenue Service

Accounting Careers

After College

CPA Directory

eFinancial Careers

Career Planning Links

Occupational Outlook Handbook -  the following links also provide a summary of the career, what they do, the work environment, how to become one, the job outlook, similar occupations and contacts for more information.

Business and Finance Career Resources

Business Jobs in the Federal Government

MBA Programs Guide

What is Human Resources?

Professional Association Links

Small Business Administration

American College of Healthcare Executives

Miscellaneous Links

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