Management

 

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) provides a laundry list of potential management fields with annual pay ranging from $45,670 to more than $130,000.

Similarly, the BLS pulls several jobs within business and finance; any of those jobs are viable with an international setting.

The St. Ambrose Management and International Business programs provide students with a firm foundation to succeed long after that first entry-level position. (And if you'd like to continue your education beyond a bachelor's degree and enjoy the information technology industry, check out our master's degree in Information Technology Management.)

The skills learned with your management degree can be generalized to diverse sectors, such as retail, hospitality, banking, manufacturing, transportation, entertainment, and others.

About that job ...

Going into Management, you'll learn how to manage and motivate diverse individuals. There's a strong human resources part to this area, which involves leadership, communication skills, ethics, and legal issues.

In a recent report, 97 percent of SAU College of Business graduates were either employed full- or part-time, in graduate school, continuing their education, or weren't seeking employment at the time.

And what's more – a 2012 survey of alums from the past 30 years showed that 93 percent of them are very satisfied or generally satisfied with the St. Ambrose University business education.