Management seniors and faculty at the Ockerman awards reception
Concentrations are offered in the areas of integrative, human resources, international, and supply chain management.
The bachelor of science in management is designed to be a balanced and flexible choice for students who anticipate becoming managers in a variety of enterprises, from large global firms, to small family businesses.
To be successful, managers must have knowledge and skills in four key business areas: people and organizations, business operations, marketing, and finance (money management). Management students are taught to be team builders and problem solvers in order to successfully tackle the challenges that face today's organizations.
Students who are heading toward a career in business, but are unsure of their exact interests and strengths among the business professions should seriously consider the management major, particularly the very flexible integrative concentration.
From the professors to the extracurricular activities, Niagara has a well-balanced program with good connections to the community. Our faculty are very qualified, with a mix of professional experience and excellent academic credentials. Niagara provides the most advanced practices and information, as illustrated by our practical program courses in supply chain management, e-commerce, data management, human resource management and leadership. Internships and other learning experiences are also available in local healthcare organizations, supply chain companies and a myriad of other firms.
Mean Pay for Entry Level Human Resource Workers in 2020 according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics