Management

Management majors have the opportunity to gain new skills with the ability to think critically and, analyze data and information as a manager. The program is designed to help students: 

  • Develop a broad understanding of the functional areas of business. 
  • Get practical experience through interdisciplinary learning. 
  • Enhance individual and group problem-solving and decision-making skills. 
  • Gain an international perspective and sense of social responsibility.  

Furthermore, students will be well prepared to showcase written and verbal communication skills. Management majors will be able to develop professional networks and skills for the business world. By pursuing a major in management, students will be well equipped to plan, organize, execute, supervise, and evaluate real life problems within organizations as a manager with the goal of efficiency.

4-Year Undergraduate Degree

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About the Program

Program Summary

The Management major at Hiram College is offered through The Scarborough School of Business & Communication.  Management is a high-demand field. A management major is an excellent and versatile degree to work in existing small business, industry, government, healthcare, banking, retail, business analyst, human resources, operations, logistics, production, consulting, project management, risk management, sales, or even entrepreneur.

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Career Paths

  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Banking
  • Business Analyst
  • Human Resources
  • Operations
  • Logistics
  • Production
  • Consulting
  • Project Management
  • Risk Management
  • Entrepreneur
Warren Blazy

WARREN BLAZY ’00 | Managment Major


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Ways to Get involved

The Investment Club was established to manage a cash portfolio of approximately $100,000. The Investment Club members develop investment strategies and purchase and sell stocks as their strategies dictate. The Investment Club is in competition throughout the country with other Investment Clubs. Additionally, the Club invites stockbrokers, money managers, investment bankers, etc. to speak to members on current stock market matters and their career.

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