Manage your Priorities, Lead your Organization
Find your potential with a degree in management. Being a well-respected manager means having the right skills to lead an organization. From strategic planning, making important decisions, and increasing shareholder value, to maximizing the strengths and contributions of your team, managing can be challenging but offers a rewarding career. Management professionals with the right experience and credentials are some of the highest paid professionals in the world. Our goal is to help you succeed in a management career and in all the tasks you set out to accomplish.
Our Management Program
In Michigan Tech’s School of Business and Economics management degree program you will have the opportunity to manage teams, create and execute business plans, and get involved in our student organizations. While you are here, participate in an enterprise that connects students from all disciplines across campus for a common goal, ranging from developing satellites, racing a more efficient snowmobile, creating video games, or getting involved in establishing new green initiatives like Terra Preta. Your options with a degree in management from Michigan Tech are endless. Apply today to learn what a degree in management can do for you.
Our curriculum, combined with the unique Business Development Experience give our students the practical knowledge to succeed. The School of Business and Economics from Michigan Tech is the only institution that requires students to participate in the Business Development Experience in order to fulfill their degree requirements. This is our way of giving you the best opportunities to create the future.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- You will have opportunities to:
- Participate in groups and organizations with other management students as well as students from across campus
- Help manage events for the School of Business and Economics and on campus
- Learn techniques to make you a better manager and leader including:
- International Business
- Human Resources
- Organizational Behavior
- Manage a student-run enterprise on campus.
- Collaborate with faculty and alumni to research management techniques and improve your skills.