Are you interested in how to run a business so that is succeeds in a competitive marketplace but also benefits its employees and society as a whole? Study management at Catholic University, where you will learn the skills to make the best decisions for a business and for the good of society.
As a management major, you will take courses in leadership, organization, and benefits and compensation. These classes will be supplemented by classes in history, philosophy, theology, and literature, providing you with a well-balanced education that will prepare you to bring a broad spectrum of knowledge to your career.
Upon graduation, you will be prepared to enter the business world. Guided by Catholic social teaching and good business practices, you will be an asset to any company in the business world.
The School of Business and Economics offers seven different majors. If you are interested in Business and Economics but aren't sure that Management is the right major for you, you can begin your studies as a Business Exploratory student. Exploratory students take courses that serve as a broad introduction to the different careers available in this field. These classes also fulfill requirements for various majors in the School of Business and Economics.
Catholic University's management program prepares students for direct entry into a career in business. The School of Business and Economics offers a four-year career development program that will help you plan for your future and find the position that is the right fit for you. Graduates are working in such positions as human resources manager, business manager, consultant, purchasing manager, sales manager, organizational development manager, or recruiter, as well as other positions. Many pursue graduate degrees in business administration, marketing, or other specialties.
For more information, please contact Sabrina Chacon Maso, undergraduate advising coordinator. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 202-319-5234