Students successfully completing this program will be able to demonstrate the skills necessary for entry-level employment in a variety of business and management settings, including utilities, manufacturing, merchandising, retail, sales, construction, consulting, government, supply chain and non-profit organizations. More advanced program outcome skills include project and business design, budgeting, team management, project management, and project evaluation.
Careers can lead to a variety of entry and supervisory level positions in construction, architectural firms, sales, customer service, office management, supply chain and project management organizations. Potential job titles include project coordinator, project administrator, and sales or customer service supervisor. Students who continue to work in the field can look forward to positions like scheduler, cost estimator, sales manager, and procurement planner. The degree also offers career enhancement through the addition of marketable skills in one’s current field of employment.
It is the student’s choice whether or not to inform the Department Chairperson of a pregnancy. If a student chooses not to do so, no accommodations can be made regarding the student’s internship assignment or program of study. Students who choose to disclose their pregnancy should contact the Department Chair.