The Management major is designed for those who wish to learn how to plan and organize the collection of activities, organizational infrastructure, capital and human resources involved in business processes, as well as how to staff, lead and control these processes to achieve an organizational goal. Students can choose one of two concentrations:

  • Management
  • Human Resources

The College of Business and Technology has a set of well-established Program Learning Goals and Learning Objectives across all programs that are assessed on a periodic basis. The College of Business and Technology is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is among the top five percent of the worldwide business schools offering degree programs. See the Dean’s Welcome for four compelling features to study in the College of Business and Technology.

Program Benefits

The curriculum for the Management major is designed to expose students to modern concepts, theory and tools, as well as their application/connection to practices.

Successful completion of the Management major will enable you to approach a management situation from a problem-solving perspective: abstract key issues to be addressed in the situation, identify relevant management knowledge and options suitable for the situation, critically analyze these options, and make a clear written and oral recommendation.

Career Options

The knowledge and skills developed in the Management major can be applied in many areas; therefore, students majoring in Management may find jobs in a wide variety of industries and organizations. A sample of the jobs after graduation includes:

  • Human Resource Management Specialists
  • Production and Inventory Control Specialists
  • Operations, Logistics, and Supply Chain Managers
  • Quality Assurance Analysts
  • Purchasing and Sales Managers
  • Retail Store, Restaurant, Hotel, Property, and Facilities Managers
  • Management Consultants
  • Training Specialists and Corporate Trainers

Northeastern's Career Development empowers students and alumni by providing excellent opportunities for career exploration.

For more detailed career information, visit the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook.

Academic Catalog Information

Take a closer look at the Bachelor of Science in Management and the courses offered toward the degree.

Management, B.S.

Department and Contact Information

If you are interested in the program of have questions, please contact Management and Marketing at (773) 442-6120.

Management and Marketing

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