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Successful business managers are much more than bosses, they are team builders. They use a broad range of knowledge and skills to create exciting and effective workplaces.

A Management degree provides students a broad background in organizational behavior, human resources, and field operations, a background suitable for careers in managerial positions in business, government, or any organization. The broad nature of this degree makes it an ideal one to supplement with a second major or minor from nearly any discipline.

Management Major Four-Year Plan (2022-23 Catalog)

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  • About Degree
  • Career Options
  • Internship and research opportunities

A Management degree from Pittsburg State’s Kelce College of Business will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to compete in today’s fast-paced world of business.

Our Management program allows students to select courses that fit their desired career path. You’ll find courses in organizational behavior, human resources, quality management, and much more. All courses are taught by business professionals in settings that encourage individual excellence and collaborative achievement.

The Kelce College of Business is host to the student organization known as Enactus. This community of student, academic, and business leaders provides you with an extraordinary opportunity to apply business concepts in a meaningful and competitive manner. Pittsburg State’s Enactus team project was named “Best in the Nation” at the 2017 Enactus U.S. National Exposition.

The Kelce College of Business is one of only 789 schools in the world to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). You know you’re earning a degree that will be respected by employers.

Program graduates can enjoy careers in a variety of fields including:

  • Administrative services managers
  • Human resource services managers
  • Public relations and fundraising managers
  • Purchasing managers
  • Sales managers
  • And many more
  • The median annual wage for management professionals is $100,790 per year according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment is expected to grow 6 percent between now and 2024.

Students will have many opportunities for internships and research. Past projects include market research for regional municipal organizations and for-profit industries. Students are responsible for securing individual internships. Faculty advisors will provide guidance and provide information on earning credit.

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