"After all, the chief business of the American people is business."
-Calvin Coolidge, thirtieth president of the United States
Successful management involves a variety of business functions, such as planning, organizing, staffing, leading/directing, controlling/monitoring, and motivation. Undergraduate and graduate degrees in business management are offered with a number of available concentrations and specialties. Individuals that hold business management degrees are prepared for management positions in a variety of companies in varying industries. Advanced degrees, such as those at the graduate and doctoral levels, have the potential to boost graduates to high-paying positions as CEOs and Senior Administrators.
Topics studied include:
Of course, all the best business schools know that some of the most valuable skills a recent graduate can possess are those in written and verbal communication, analytical analysis, and teamwork.