What can I do with a Business Management Degree?
Whether you like working with people or products, a career in business management can help you to achieve professional goals. The United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that management positions are often high-earning, with chief executives being paid an average of $175,100 per year. Financial managers and human resource managers earn an average of over $100,000 per year. Many of these jobs require on the job experience and a higher education degree.
Additionally, marketing and sales manager jobs are expected to have the largest growth potential in the industry—so if you’re interested in getting on board, it may be time to pursue your business management degree.
Argosy University helps to prepare tomorrow’s business managers for success in the workplace through its Graduate School of Business and Management . Students may pursue a Master of Business Administration, Master of Law in Compliance, Master of Science in Human Resource Management, Master of Science in Management, and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership. The school also offers a Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration and a Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership. Not at the graduate level yet? Check out our undergraduate business programs!
Each of these programs is specialized to help students to move up into management positions in their current company—or to compete for higher-level jobs in the marketplace. Interested in enhancing your career potential in the business world? Contact the admissions department at Argosy University to learn more about our programs in business management.
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