Prepare for Success in Management and Beyond
- 7% job growth through 2028 (faster than the national average)
- $104,240 median annual wage for managers
- 706,900 new jobs for managers by 2028
Trained managers will always be in high demand as employers look for experts to guide their organizations toward success. Whether you already work in business or are ready to begin your career, a degree from Greenville University’s Briner School of Business can help you achieve your goals.
Our B.S. in Business Management teaches you essential business principles and trains you to apply them in finance, marketing, sales, and more. As a graduate, you will be prepared to make a positive impact in a variety of business management careers and fields.
Market Research Analyst
Market research analysts review data to identify how a product or service will perform with consumers. Using current sales trends and the latest marketing strategies, they help businesses forecast marketplace success.
These business professionals oversee an organization’s sales teams. They project sales goals, create strategies to reach potential customers, and develop training programs for new hires.
Career and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Additional business management careers:
- Administrative services manager
- Budget analyst
- Financial manager
- Human resources specialist
- Loan officer
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Excel as a Manager and Business Leader
When you complete this program, you’ll be able to:
- Apply principles studied to effectively recruit, select, train, and retain employees.
- Design and assess project teams in various business settings.
- Implement a shared business vision and strategy toward goal achievement by sustaining collaborative work environments and situations.
- Demonstrate a knowledge of various cultures in both domestic and international settings marked by constant change.
- Apply financial analytical tools and processes to assess potential organizational issues.
- Effectively communicate business plans and strategies to stakeholder groups by using appropriate business communication skills.
Greenville University is here to support you during your program and after graduation.
Contact the Office of Career Services at (618) 664–6655 for more information.