Wittenberg prepares future managers to be ethically responsible and effective business leaders by focusing on business knowledge as well as analytical and communication skills.
What Can Students Do With A Career In Management?
In any organization, whether for-profit or not-for-profit, the people and processes are what create the products or provide the services. On the people side, organizations have a responsibility to ensure their employees are treated fairly and humanely as defined by ethical and legal standards. Leaders and managers set the tone for their organizations through their words and actions. On the process side, organizations use technology and tools to put in place policies and work practices to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. If you’re interested in making an impact on who does the work, how they feel about that work and the organization, and how work gets done, then a management major might be right for you.
- Management Major Requirements
- Supply Chain Management Concentration Requirements
- Project Management Concentration Requirements
Common Management-Related Job Titles
- Business Manager
- Business Owner
- Director of Operations
- Human Resources Manager
- Project Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
Places Where Recent Wittenberg Management Graduates Are Working
- Aon Hewitt
- Dayton Freight
- Land O’Lakes
- Reynolds & Reynolds