Business Management

  • I like the small classes at Morton because it makes it easier to communicate with your instructors and ask all your questions.

    - Gergana Georgieva - Business Management

  • Education – The Path to a Management Career

    While a career in Business Management can be rewarding, a challenging economy has created intense competition for good management positions. In this environment, what sets successful candidates apart for many employers are the skills and knowledge that only a quality education can provide.

    Morton College's Business Management programs create not only skilled managers who are prepared to run businesses and organizations efficiently and profitably, but also informed leaders who solve problems and communicate effectively.

    For more details, download an informational brochure.

    Potential Occupations for Business Management Program Students 

    • Account Executive
    • Accountant
    • Credit Manager
    • Financial Planning Assistant
    • Personal Banker
    • Supervisor

    Employment Outlook

    According to the National Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), demand for professionally trained employees is expected to be strong over the next 10 years and job prospects for customer service representatives are expected to be excellent. In addition, hiring of human resource, training and labor relations managers is expected to grow faster than average for all occupations (17% through 2016).

    College graduates with related experience, a high level of creativity and strong computer skills should have the best job opportunities in advertising, marketing and sales.

    Professional managers should expect to earn attractive salaries, with office and administrative service managers' salaries ranging from $35,000 to over $50,000.

    For more information on courses, programs, career certificates and requirements, visit the Business Management Career Programs page.


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