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Overview of major
Potential job titles 
Examples of internships
Possible career fields
Possible work settings
Important skills and abilities
Sample web resources
Print resources
Sample graduate programs pursued by Management majors
Where they got hired: Management, Class of 2013  

Overview of major

Management provides the leadership and direction for any organization. Courses in leadership, decision making, human resources, law, small business, and international business prepare students for a competitive global economy. Alumni pursue positions in areas, such as financial services, government agencies, human resources and the banking industry.


Potential job titles

  • Program Director
  • Credit Derivatives Analyst
  • Finance & Accounting Analyst
  • District Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Title Clerk
  • Investment Operations Associate
  • Recruiter
  • Programmer Trainee
  • Financial Advisor
  • Strategic Planning Analyst
  • Inside/Outside Sales Representative
  • International Trade Coordinator
  • Client Specialist
  • Underwriter
  • Retail Service Officer
  • Retail Account Management Service Associate

Examples of internships

  • 1st Mariner Arena
  • Military Productions
  • BGE
  • Modern-Wealth, Inc.
  • Ferris, Baker Watts, Inc.
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Grimco, Inc.
  • Ricoh
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
  • The Associated
  • Keller Professional Services, Inc.
  • The Bank of New York Mellon
  • Merrill Lynch
  • World Trade Center
  • Loyola University Maryland, Office of Human Resources

Possible career fields


Human resource management

  • Recruiting/Staffing
  • Support
  • Compensation & benefits
  • Training
  • Employee & industrial relations
  • Equal employment opportunity

Operations management

  • Operations research analysis
  • Production management
  • Materials management


  • Industrial sales
  • Consumer product sales
  • Financial services sales
  • Services sales
  • Advertising sales


  • Commercial, retail/consumer banking
  • Credit analysis
  • Operations
  • Lending
  • Trust services
  • Mortgage loans
  • Branch management


  • Claims
  • Underwriting
  • Risk management
  • Sales
  • Loss control

Real Estate

  • Residential brokerage
  • Commercial sales
  • Appraisals

Possible work settings

  • Banks & financial institutions
  • Government
  • Restaurants & hotels
  • Healthcare organizations
  • Non-profits
  • Educational institutions
  • Service industry
  • Labor unions
  • Executive search firms
  • Insurance companies
  • Print & electronic media
  • Manufacturers
  • Industrial organizations
  • Credit unions
  • Savings & loan associations
  • Real estate brokers
  • Appraisal firms

Important skills and abilities

  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Strong work ethic
  • Integrity
  • Sense of independence
  • Team player
  • Communication
  • Problem solving
  • Computer
  • Analytical
  • Multi-tasking

Sample web resources

Print resources

(All available in the Career ResourceLibrary in The Career Center)

  • Great Jobs for Business Majors (BUS Category)
  • Consulting (BUS Category)
  • Management and Leadership Development Programs (BUS Category)
  • Opportunities in Property Management Careers (BUS Category)
  • Opportunities in Sales Careers (CS/MA/EG Category)
  • Best 296 Business Schools (Grad Section)
  • The Business School Buzz Back (Grad Section)
  • How to Write a Winning Personal Statement for Graduate and Professional School (Grad Section)
  • Graduate Programs: Business, Education, Health, Information Studies, Law & Social Work (Grad Section)

Sample graduate programs pursued by Management majors

  • MS, Management and Organizational Behavior
  • MBA, Management
  • MS, Computer Information Systems
  • MS, Project Management
  • MA, Managerial Communication
  • Master of Human Resources and Employment Relations
  • MS, Sports Management

Where they got hired: Management, Class of 2013

The Career Center at Loyola University Maryland conducts an annual follow-up survey with new Loyola graduates between six and nine months after Commencement to paint a comprehensive picture of the professional paths each class has chosen. Nearly 85 percent of the Class of 2013 responded to the survey.

Here's a snapshot of where our 2013 management majors were hired or went on to graduate school:


Aspire Technology Partners - account manager
EMD Serono, Inc. - communications specialist
Hardenberg Insurance Group - select business account manager
International Point of Contact - data collector
Kiddie Academy - project manager
KPMG LLP - advisory associate
Lorien Health Systems - administrator in training
Metropolitan Public Defender's Office, Jesuit Volunteer Corps NW - early case resolution
Ralph Lauren - analyst - operations
Salsarita's - manager
Tradeweb - dealer relations associate
U.S. Air Force - program manager trainee

Graduate/Professional Schools

Columbia University - Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Education: Social Students
Loyola University Maryland - Emerging Leaders MBA

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