We Teach Leadership in the Classroom, Students take it into the Boardroom
Canisius believes strong leaders are essential in the overall strategy of an organization, the development of the people who work for them, and the path any business or organization might take. Whether students want to lead as an operations research analyst, consultant, human resources manager, project manager or supervisor, our management program can help students hone their leadership skills, expand their knowledge of ethical issues and develop a comprehensive understanding of the management process as they prepare themselves to guide businesses at the forefront in any industry.
Some of the fastest growing careers in management are management analysts and consultants, operations research analysts, personnel, training and labor relations managers, marketing, advertising and public relations managers. Additionally, other top management careers are: financial managers, health service managers, hotel managers and assistants, restaurant and food service managers, project managers and clerical supervisors. In the competitive world of business, students who understand what it means to be a leader will enjoy a lifetime of success.
Why Study Management at Canisius
- The distinguished faculty of the Department of Management at Canisius has significant professional experience in business and PhD academic qualifications – teaching is informed by knowledge of practice and theory.
- Canisius’ Department of Management is active in the student chapters of two major management professional associations: The Association for Operations Management (APICS) and The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
- Management majors are prepared for entry into many industries and professional roles: banking, supply chain management, logistics, retail management, government service, manufacturing, hospitality, and entertainment.
- The Department of Management maintains close ties with many other departments on campus, making it easy for management students pursue dual majors in marketing, entrepreneurship, international business, finance, modern languages, economics, and psychology, as well as others.
- Multiple minors allow students to concentrate in global supply chain management, human resource management, international management, and management of technology.
Want more information?
Email Dr. Banchich, Classics Department Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-843-1517 to talk to an admissions counselor