A business management degree can put your career on the fast track.
Business management skills are valued in all industries and at all levels. Entry-level positions can turn into higher level positions with more education and experience. Consider these career options from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 edition.
Business management careers include:
- Administrative services managers plan, direct and coordinate the support services of an organization. Responsibilities can include keeping records, managing supplies, planning budgets, and setting department goals and deadlines.
- Marketing managers plan and execute promotional campaigns. They may evaluate website designs or plan an advertisement. Meeting with clients and developing pricing strategies may be part of their responsibilities.
- Sales managers direct an organization’s sales team. They may analyze sales, assign sales territories, and plan and execute training programs. Sales manager positions will require experience as well as education.
- Human resource specialists may recruit, interview and hire workers for an organization. A career in human resources can advance from an entry level to a more advanced position with experience.
- Financial analysts look at the financial data of an organization and make recommendations for improvements in processes or investments. They will study business and economic trends and prepare reports.
The following admissions requirements apply to this program:
- One year of work experience, or if less than one year of experience, a one-quarter practicum course will be required in addition to the 54 quarter-hour credits
- Current, unencumbered RN license
- Bachelor’s degree (required for all master’s program admissions)
- All other MSM admissions requirements as stated in the catalog
Gain the skills employers want
- Application of best practices in health care settings
- Personnel recruitment
- Personnel retention
- Personnel training
- Effective utilization of information technology in health care
On-campus learning for the personal attention you deserve
Your success is our top priority – in the classroom and beyond, which means we offer classes during the day and in the evening for your convenience. We also offer several campus locations throughout the upper Midwestern region in Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota. Our small onsite class sizes mean you can take advantage of a more individualized learning experience.
You’ll benefit from classwork in subjects such as:
- Case Studies in Health Care Personnel Management
- Case Studies in Health Care Regulatory Affairs
- Nursing Informatics
- Operations Management: Health Care Environments
Globe University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). ACICS is listed as a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education and is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.