Undergraduate Business Programs

Organizational Management

Organizational Management Career Opportunities

Undergraduate students who co-major in organizational management may find career opportunities in a variety of industries including health services, information technology, human resources and community services.

Organizational management provides you with the skills to to create and lead teams and take on management positions in any industry. This degree explores the human side of managing organizations, including communications, group behavior, decision-making, human resource management, ethics and more.

A few of the skills the organizational management co-major provides:

  • Leadership development
  • Analysis and development of teams
  • Ethical and environmental analysis


Career Growth Outlook Opportunities for Organizational Management Majors

The organizational management co-major supplements the core technical skills provided by other business disciplines including accounting, finance, international business, marketing and more. This degree helps students build these skills in relation to the other majors and career growth outlook opportunities are subject to the co-major students select.

What is the Average Salary for an Organizational Management Major?

The average salary for organizational management co-majors varies by co-major and selected industry.

What Type of Job Skills Will You Gain From an Organizational Management Degree?

The organizational management degree can provide you with a number of knowledge and skills including:

  • Business planning
  • Team development and leadership
  • Negotiation and conflict management

What Can You Do with a Degree in Organizational Management?

Undergraduate students who co-major in organizational management may find career opportunities in a variety of industries including health services, information technology, human resources and community services. Organizational management provides you with the skills to to create and lead teams and take on management positions in any industry.


Common Titles for Undergraduate Organizational Management Graduates

  • Corporate Labor Relations Manager
  • Payroll Manager
  • Performance Evaluation Specialist
  • Employment and Recruiting Manager
  • Staffing Manager
  • Director of Employee Benefits and Services


Industries

  • Health services
  • Information technology
  • Human Resources
  • Entrepreneurship
  • General Management


Continuing Education Opportunities

Many students also choose to continue their studies in graduate schools, pursuing such degrees as: