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Choose Your Career Path as a Leader in Business, Government, and Civic Organizations
The world of work is changing. Departments and whole companies merge, technology evolves, and processes change. Employees have to learn new skills, and teams have to learn to work together efficiently to become more productive. Laws and court rulings are changing standards in areas such as occupational safety and health, health care, retirement plans and family leave. As these aspects of the employment scene shift and change, your online management degree can help you help organizations improve their performance and results in the face of these changes, giving you greater opportunities to advance professionally.
As a Benedictine graduate with a master's degree in Management and Organizational Behavior, you will have the flexibility to choose from numerous options to potentially advance your career and create a better future for yourself. A graduate degree in organizational management prepares you to assume important leadership roles in business, government, and civic organizations—nearly any industry or sector—to find your niche. Or you may prefer the variety and flexibility of working as an independent professional consultant. Either way, when you earn your organizational management degree, you will possess the specific skill sets and knowledge in essential areas such as statistics, legal issues, training and development, conflict resolution, communication and persuasion that can help position you for success.
Job titles available in the organizational behavior field can include:
Find out more about the careers open to you with an online management degree from Benedictine University. Contact us to request more information, apply online or call to speak to an admissions advisor at (866) 295-3104.