IU SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS (SPEA)
Are you interested in an alternative to a traditional business degree? Do you want a say in how tax monies are spent? Have you ever wanted to run a nonprofit organization—or a local, state or federal government agency? Do you want to lead teams of people? If any of these speak to your passions, then majoring in Management may be a great choice for you.
In the Management degree program, you will study government finance and budgets; economics and strategic planning; project management; human resource management; leadership and ethics; organization of government, nonprofit and private organizations; and information technology management. A B.S. in Management will prepare adult students to lead in a variety of fields.
- Financial officer
- City manager
- Community developer
- Compliance auditor
- Economic development analyst
- Human resources specialist
- Management analyst
- State and federal agency manager
- Sales/marketing manager
- Strategic planner
To learn more about Management, visit the School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Need help deciding how this program could fit into your lifestyle—or your career goals? Contact a success coach today!