Management professionals are in high demand across industries, and some of the highest-paid in the world — many receiving salaries at least three times higher than the average for other occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The W. P. Carey business degree in management provides the expertise and qualifications you need to manage people, streamline operations, and lead on a global scale.
Management Degree Courses
The business degree in management immerses you in the fundamentals of the global economy, the world of e-business, and collaborative teams. You’ll experience and test these concepts through skill-building exercises, case discussions, and team projects in courses such as:
- Business Law and Ethics for Managers
- Business Model Development
- Business Statistics
- Business Writing
- Collaborative Team Skills
- Consulting Projects
- Creativity and Innovation
- Entrepreneurship and Value Creation
- Fundamentals of Finance
- Global Supply Operations
- Human Resource Management
- Leading Organizations
- Lean Launch
- Marketing and Business Performance
- Organization and Management Leadership
- Organizational Behavior
- Principles of International Business
- Public Speaking
- Venture Capital Experience
The business degree in management is available on ASU’s Tempe campus, West campus, or Polytechnic campus. No matter where you learn, you’ll have opportunities to diversify your management degree through undergraduate research, internships, targeted career programs, and 45+ business clubs and organizations — including the Management Students Association (MSA) and a range of groups with related interests.
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Careers in Management
W. P. Carey management graduates are actively recruited by management consulting firms, high-tech businesses, service and manufacturing companies, and large and small private and nonprofit organizations. You’ll graduate ready to launch any of the following careers.
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
|Administrative Services Managers||12.47%||$81,080|
|General and Operations Managers||$95,440|
|Industrial Production Managers||$89,190|
|Investment Fund Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Loss Prevention Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Nursery and Greenhouse Managers||$69,300|
|Regulatory Affairs Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Social and Community Service Managers||13.78%||$59,970|
|Storage and Distribution Managers||$81,830|
|Supply Chain Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Wind Energy Operations Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Wind Energy Project Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
A major map outlines a major’s critical requirements, elective and required courses, and optimal course sequencing to help you stay on the right track to graduation.