Management involves creating and maintaining a competitive advantage. It requires winning customers, motivating employees, and managing organizations in new and unique ways. Effective management of human potential and creativity is the foundation of a successful business strategy.

The Ivy management program helps you develop effective interpersonal skills and fosters decision-making and entrepreneurial-thinking. You will become familiar with a variety of business environments. The skills developed here can be applied to a career in personnel management, organizational behavior, production, international and small business, healthcare, government agencies, financial institutions, telecommunications, hospitality, education, entrepreneurship, and organizational leadership. 


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Make an Impact

Management is essential to businesses of all sizes. In management, you create and maintain a competitive advantage. You win the customers. You motivate employees. You’ll learn to lead in new and creative ways.  

Every company needs someone to step up and take control of a project or venture. As a management major you’ll learn from the best. Our professors have real-world experience, and have had articles published about their methods in leading management journals, giving you the knowledge to help you succeed at being a leader in any situation. In addition, you will learn about the importance of diversity, ethics, and technology in every business. A degree in management allows you to develop a broad understanding of all areas of business.  

Real-World Experience

As a business student, you can participate in an internship as early as your first or second summer in college. Internships often provide an opportunity to confirm that your major is perfect for you. You will gain real-world experience where you can apply your classroom learning and skills in the workplace. After an internship, you’ll be better prepared for the global world of business. You will make connections with employers, network, and build relationships that may lead to full-time employment after graduation. Ivy students report high average salaries from their internships. Check it out in our annual business career services report.


Andrew Wilson

“I chose to study management because I love working with people, organizing a team, and inspiring people to see what we can create.”