Employment Information

The Management curriculum helps prepare students for careers as managers and supervisors in goods-producing and service enterprises. Students obtain a solid grounding in management of systems, personnel, and quality. The integrative focus of the Management program also provides excellent preparation for graduate-level studies in law, urban and regional planning, public services administration, and health care administration. 

Management is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling that encompasses human, material, and financial resources in an organizational environment. A management option means that you have learned the concepts of getting things done through others within organizations.                                 

Licensure and Certification

Depending upon one’s career path, licenses and certifications may be required for entry and advancement. For example, management majors entering the human resources field may benefit from obtaining PHR and SPHR certifications.  

Skills Needed For Career Field

  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Team Coordination
  • Administration
  • Social Perceptiveness

Possible Careers

Supply Chain Management Consulting Management Analyst
Production Supervisor Project Management General Manager
Logistics Management Human Resources Management Purchasing Management
Event Management Compliance Management


Where Graduates Are Working

  • Odom
  • Daimler
  • Nike
  • Adidas
  • Intel
  • Amazon
  • Warn Industries
  • HP
  • Boeing
  • Mutual of Enumclaw
  • Reser's
  • Adec

Additional Resources


U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics