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- Associate to Bachelor's in Business
The majors in the School of Business offer a wide range of skills and experience that will prepare you to enter the workforce in a variety of jobs. What kind of career options will be available to you? Here are just a few:
Business and Management Majors - Where could you work?
This could be the best part of being a Business and Management major. The answer is pretty much anywhere you want. So, if you want to work in a global business, get out an atlas and take a look at where you may want to work or do business. Maybe you like healthcare, nutrition, social service, theater, sports, travel, finance, small businesses, media, computer apps… these could all be possible. How do any of these job titles sound to you: business owner, marketing manager, finance manager, international business manager, human resources manager, research analyst, or entrepreneur?
International Business Majors - Take a look at some career options:
You already have a solid foundation in general business. Add some of your international expertise and you have a world of career possibilities. Nearly every organization and business has some international customers, suppliers or locations, maybe all of them. They need your knowledge and abilities in the areas of marketing, human resources, manufacturing and distribution, finance and accounting. You can work abroad or in the many U.S. companies doing international business.
Management Accounting Majors - What's your career path?
Every organization has to manage its finances and that is the work of an accountant. So, the list of employment options could be very long. It could be in your own business, healthcare, government, international businesses, law offices, advertising agencies, schools, social service agencies and environmental organizations.
Marketing Management Majors - First Job? You're ready.
Alverno graduates are everywhere. About 30% of all jobs are marketing related. That’s some really good news! Marketing Management majors work as marketing managers, product managers, marketing-research analysts, professional sales representatives, internet marketing managers, promotion managers, distribution managers, small business owners and entrepreneurs, and in positions in advertising. Nearly every organization, including government and healthcare, have professionals who create and manage their marketing efforts.