The Management and Global Business department equips students with necessary tools and skills needed to manage and lead in the globally integrated economy. Management is the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively. With a focus on organizations and employees, managers are involved in planning, organizing, staffing, controlling and leading an organization.
The department also offers specialized courses in the field of international business and entrepreneurship to prepare future leaders for the global economy. In a global economy, the success and survival of companies is dependent on their ability to expand into new markets for customers as well as production. Companies are looking for professionals who understand the importance of global reach, and can help firms succeed in the global markets.
- Rutgers Business School offers various global study trips to Asia and Latin America
- Management graduates have the flexibility to work in a variety of different industries
- Salary levels depend on the type of industry and location
- Management curriculum gives students a broad understanding and foundation of the way businesses are run
- Managers should keep an eye on key industry trends and understand how to be an effective leader
Management careers are found in a variety of industries, as good management is essential to all businesses. Managers oversee the work of others who may specialize in a functional area such as accounting, marketing, finance, or supply chain management by coordinating different activities and building cooperation among workers. Managers are often required to play a variety of roles which require a solid understanding of functional areas as well as leadership and decision making capabilities. Students are trained not only how to be effective managers, but also how to be effective leaders.
Leadership and Management graduates find work related to strategy and business analytics, business development, area and brand managers, and team leads in cross-functional teams. Graduates specializing in international business find employment in multinational companies involved in import and export business as well as foreign companies operating in the United States.
- Advertising Account Executive
- Branch Manager
- Credit Manager/Loan Officer
- Insurance Agent/Broker
- Inventory Control Specialist
- Market Research Analyst
- Property Manager
- Purchasing Agent
Compensation of Leadership and Management graduates depends on the type of job and other functional specializations.
How to Apply
Management careers are found in all varieties of industries. The work of a business manager involves planning, directing, and coordinating the activities of a company. Often individuals are trained or specialize in a functional area such as accounting, marketing, finance, or human resources. Managers oversee the work of others by building cooperation and performance among workers.
School Core Courses
Required (6 credits)
At least 6 credits
|33:620:362||Effective Leadership Communications||3|
|33:620:290||Women Leading in Business||3|
|33:620:320||Cross Cultural Management||3|
|33:620:370||Managing Diversity in Organizations||3|
|33:620:430||Team Building & Group Processes||3|
Up to 6 credits
|33:620:355||Managing Technological Innovation: In-House Entrepreneurship||3|
|33:620:365||Management of Human Resources||3|
|33:620:402||Global Management & Strategy||3|
|33:620:479||Doing Business In...||3|
|33:620:486||Special Topics in the Music Industry||3|
|33:620:493||Special Topics in Sports Business||3|
|33:620:498||Independent Management Projects||3|
|33:382:302||Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|33:382:303||Managing Growing Ventures||3|
|33:382:340||Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship||3|
|33:382:342||Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development||3|