What Jobs Can I Get with a Master’s in Management Degree?
When exploring options for completing your education, we know that access to career opportunities is a leading factor in the selection of a program. Martin Tuchman School of Management’s Master's in Management degree prepares students to think critically, analyze organizational situations and conflicts, be proficient in use and adaptation of technology, and communicate effectively. Our graduates are not only prolific managers, but they are often thought partners in the development of strategy in their organizations.
A Tuchman MS in Management degree prepares you for leadership roles in virtually any industry including emerging industries like financial technology. Our student body is comprised of representatives from all levels of the organization, including C-suite executives, Department Heads, Managers, Analysts, entrepreneurs, and career starters, all of whom benefit from the practice-oriented and research components of this program. This degree is widely appealing to data analytics enthusiasts, professionals involved in managing complex projects, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs.
Agility, adaptability, authenticity, and integrity are all integral qualities of the 21st Century manager, and graduates of our Master’s in Management are well prepared for these careers. Job titles can include Human Resources Manager, Business Analytics Manager, Marketing Manager, Project Manager, Operations Manager, Sales Manager, and countless others across many industries.
For those who wish to embark on supervisory roles, or who already serve in these roles and want to progress to leadership positions, a Master's in Management can provide helpful skills such as how to predict and manage organizational conflicts; analyze visualize, and present data; continuously improve your team's effectiveness; plan, schedule, and budget projects; and how to lead ethical decision-making processes.