Career Possibilities

For Business & Information Technology Majors

As entry level workers, students are likely to qualify for jobs as systems analysts, project management office administrators, technical trainers, quality assurance analysts and similar roles. As experienced workers, they are likely to move into project management, delivery assurance and IT management roles.

For International Business Majors

Since most companies are part of a globalized world, there are many opportunities for an International Business major to be employed. Options include positions in all aspects of business; particularly in companies with a multinational focus. Managing foreign offices and markets in areas of sales, imports and exports, marketing, finance and accounting, as well as working in human resources, purchasing and dealing with capitals markets. Possibilities will exist in foreign companies operating in the United States (e.g., Santander Bank, other financial institutions, Toyota), government agencies (e.g., US Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce), global institutions (United Nations, World Bank), multinational companies (e.g., Bose, Hilton. Fedex, IBM) or nonprofit organizations (e.g., Red Cross, Oxfam International) as well as business service & consultancy (e.g., McKinsey, Accenture).

For Management Majors

Any organization is a potential employer for a Management major. The goal of a Management student is to be able to coordinate groups and understand how to work with others in an organizational setting. The knowledge of a Management major is vast and covers multiple disciplines, which makes the student capable of multitasking.