You’ll graduate with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience needed to flourish in today’s global business environment. The management program also prepares you for success in graduate business programs such as a master of science in management (MSM) or a master of business administration (MBA).
Keuka College’s Human Resource Management programme offers you a broad overview in business, management, and leadership. The base of your degree will include courses in accounting, business law, strategic management, business computer applications, economics, finance, marketing, human resources, and statistics.
You can personalize and customize your degree by selecting a concentration that interests you most. You can choose from accounting, entrepreneurship, international business, marketing, sports management, or human resources.
Real-world, hands-on experience is an important part of your management degree, and you’ll graduate from Keuka College with a full résumé in hand. The Keuka College Field Period™ provides you the chance to have four separate internships in business, starting your freshman year.
Hands-on experience is integrated throughout all of your business courses as well. You’ll have classes that include:
At Keuka College, you get to do much more than simply learn theory—you’ll see how textbook material applies to actual enterprises, and have the chance to practice your management skills before graduating.
Minor in Management
If you’re majoring in a professional field that might one day require you to lead people or manage resources, consider adding a minor in management.
You’ll learn the fundamentals of accounting, economics, human resources, marketing, and how business integrates in with our society. The management minor will prepare you for supervisory positions in an array of careers, ranging from social work and criminal justice to education and medicine.
You can apply until:
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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