Careers in Management and Business

Business with the Power of STEM

Business graduates are prepared to work at the emerging interface of where talent meets capital as defined by technology structured global business systems.  The educational program introduced the importance of business creativity to various fields of technical development as offered at NJIT.  As such, graduates can enter a wide number of critical positions that are only now emerging at the edges of traditional business operations.

For example, students specializing in MIS can work as Systems Managers, Information Systems Developers or Analysts, and Technical Support staff of Project Managers.  Students specializing in Marketing may find jobs in Digital Marketing and Marketing Analytics. Students with a base in Finance may consider Banking, Business Development, and Financial Analyst positions.  This basis is advantageous for those who plan to assume leadership roles in modern organizations.

At events such as the annual Business Student Career Networking Seminars, current students have an opportunity to network with, and learn from NJIT business school alumni and professionals in the field.  

Students are encouraged to participate in the Martin Tuchman School of Management co-op program. Priya Ravi, a junior business major with a concentration in finance in Tuchman School of Management is excite about her co-op. She wrote, "This semester, I started my supply chain (reliability) co-op with Johnson and Johnson Consumer in Skilman, NJ. I am responsible for assessing near-term risk for consumer products and developing long term strategy for risk mitigation in supply chain to support the organization’s goal to deliver improved customer service. I am enthusiastic about my role because I am improving my technical and interpersonal skills and learning to think strategically, while expanding my professional network and living J&J’s credo!"

Marketing Skills Needed:

According to LinkedIn’s latest Workforce Report, the US is currently experiencing a marketer shortage.The monthly report, which tracks employment trends across the country’s workforce, found that the US needs 230,000 more people with marketing skills. Cities including the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Seattle, DC, and New York City have the greatest shortage of people with these skills. (LinkedIn report)

Seeking Employment?

These job opportunities are available exclusively to current students of the MartinTuchman School of Management and alumni.

For more information, please contact Martin Tuchman School of Management's Faculty Co-op Advisor, Dr. Melodi Guilbault , at .