Jobs Available to Management Graduates
Management graduates find employment in financial services, human resources,
technology, aviation and travel and tourism. Positions obtained by
the most recent graduating classes include product managers, financial
analysts, sales managers, management consultants, human resource recruiters
and small/family business owners.
Career Success of Management Students
Recent data suggest that 90 percent of College of Business students
find full-time professional employment within six months of graduation.
College of Business alumni serve in senior management positions throughout
Montana and the U.S.
Helping Management Students Find Jobs
Management faculty take a personal interest in helping students find
professional employment. We work with the University’s Career
Services Center during the annual career fair and host a special reception
for companies interested in hiring Management students. To help prepare
students for the job-search process, we integrate career assessment exercises
into the management curriculum and strongly support for-credit and non-credit internships.
Click here for Career Services job listings.
College of Business Career Development
The Bracken Center, 457 Reid Hall
Assistant to the Director: Ms. Linda Ward
Phone: 994-1995 email: email@example.com
- To receive resume critiques and mock interviews, the Career Peers have hours in the Bracken Center on a regular basis. Career Services, SUB 125, also provides resume critiques.
- "Dress for Success," "Networking" and other workshops: Workshops are regularly held by the Bracken Center and Career Services. Check with the Bracken Center for current schedule.
Internships and Jobs
To find high-quality internships and positions, students can:
- Check the walls outside The Bracken Center, 457 Reid Hall
- Check The Bracken Center internship book
- Check and register with Career Services - SUB 125
- Participate in the College of Business "Meet the Recruiters Night" - evening before MSU Career Fair
Research consistently shows that undertaking an internship as an undergraduate significantly improves chances of finding a good job upon graduation. The College's internship program through the Bracken Center allows a student to earn course credit and gain valuable experience while working in a business environment. Internships are particularly valuable to Management students because managerial competence deepens while actively experiencing a true work environment. Students can undertake such an internship during the semester in addition to taking classes, or they can devote a summer or an entire semester to an internship.
Graduate School Preparation
Alumni report that a degree in Business Management from MSU provides
excellent preparation for graduate studies, and a number
of students go on to earn master’s degrees in Business Administration.
Since most top graduate programs require work experience as a condition
of admission, we strongly encourage students to work for a minimum of
two years before pursuing graduate education.