Why Choose a Management Certificate?
This certificate will help you learn the management skills you will need in many different fields. A management track will give you a lot of different options when it comes to employment.
Here is a list of skills you will gain when studying this track:
- Creative thinking
- Human relations
- Decision making
- Organizational development
- Accounting and economics
Normandale's Business Programs are nationally accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Careers in Management
Projected Job GrowthJob growth varies depending on the area of focus in management.
Types of Jobs
The following is a link from the Bureau of Labor Statistics pertaining to job growth and salaries for a variety of careers in management.
Among the most attractive career options in the management field are:
- Human Resources Manager
- Benefits Manager
- Compensation Manager
- Training and Development Manager
- Human Resource Recruiter
- Labor Relations Specialist
- General Manager
- Operations Research Analyst
- Production Planner
Average State PaySalaries vary depending on the area of focus in management.
Although most business management graduates do not become managers right out of college, they can use their knowledge as a way to understand how companies operate. This understanding will allow you to function more effectively regardless of the type of job you are seeking.
Degrees & Certificates in Business & Management
Associate of Applied Science
- General Business
- Human Resources Management
- Information Management
- International Business
- Small Business
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The Higher Learning Commission has extended Normandale's accreditation to include online delivery of the Certificate in Management.
Management Certificate - 15 credits
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