New Venture Management Concentration

Why Specialize in  New Venture Management?

Today, most workers in America are either self-employed or work in a small business. These entrepreneurial ventures need employees who understand all functional areas of business and can think strategically about new opportunities. The New Venture Management concentration is for students who want to explore their potential and create original business opportunities, as well as for those who want to develop hands-on skills that will be valuable to employers. The learning focuses on effectively starting and managing new business ventures, including e-commerce and social entrepreneurship. Students will learn how to identify opportunities that create economic value within the ever-evolving realities of the 21st century business context, and to do so while operating in a socially and environmentally responsible manner. Students who acquire these skills will also be able to work in any existing organizations that seeks growth.  

Example Salaries:

The management concentration in the School of Business will prepare you to start your own business as well as careers in industries such as: Retail, Financial Services, Banking, Manufacturing and Hospitality, just to mention a few. Our program also enables you to manage your courses in order to reach your goal, taking the most efficient critical path to graduation.    

Typical starting salaries for a Management Trainee, Assistant Manager or Management Analyst range from $30,000 to $55,000. Middle level management salaries with 5 years of experience in a metropolitan area average from $56,400 and $149,010. 

The sky is the limit in top management positions. Salaries vary depending on the industry and job responsibilities. For more information, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook.