ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT

General Information:


In today’s competitive environment, companies are always looking for skilled managers who know how to lead and motivate people, build high performance teams, and develop successful organizations through the deployment and manipulation of human, financial, material, intellectual or intangible resources.

The Organizational Management program provides a foundation for careers in management, human resource management, entrepreneurship, and public agency management. It addresses contemporary issues in management and the changing roles of managers and leaders at all levels of the organization.

 

Career Possibilities:

Any organization, whether it is a small non-profit or multimillion corporation, needs managers to ensure the operations run smoothly and the employees are motivated.

First-line supervisors
Medical and Health Services
Managers
Human Resource Managers
General/Operations Managers
Public Relations
Compensation/Benefits
Management Analysts
Administration
Management Consultants
Information Systems Director
Construction Supervisor
Education Administrator
Financial Manager
Lodging Manager
Purchasing Agents
CEO
Industrial Production
Property/Real Estate
Managing Editors


Applicable UCCS Graduate Programs:

Masters of Arts in Communication
M.B.A.
Masters of Arts in Public Affairs
Masters of Arts in Sociology

 

Statistics:

General Management Median Annual Earnings: $74,600
Employment in 2002: 2,049,000 employees
Projected Need for 2002-2012: 762,000 additional employees
Projected Growth  Rate: Average (10-20%)
Administration Median Annual Earnings: $52,500
Management Median Annual Earnings in:
Companies/Enterprises: $66,700
Elementary/Secondary Schools: $59,220
Colleges/Universities: $56,960
State Government: $55,710
Local Government: $51,570

 

UCCS Clubs:

A-Counting Club (ACC)
AYI Investment Club
Delta Sigma Pi (Co-ed Professional Business Fraternity)
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)

 

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