What Jobs Can I Get with a Master’s in Management Degree?

So, you’re ready to complete your education and you’re interested in a Master’s in Management Degree. But what is a Master’s in Management Degree anyway, and most importantly – what types of jobs do individuals with these degrees typically obtain?

When exploring options for completing your education, we know that career opportunities are high on the list of deciding factors for choosing a program. Antioch’s leadership and management degrees seek to prepare students to think critically, analyze organizational situations and conflicts, and communicate effectively today and tomorrow. Much of a leader or manager’s value is in not only managing people effectively but being able to adapt to a changing business landscape.

Here are some typical career paths for graduates of a Master’s in Management degree program:

Leadership Roles
Graduating with a Master’s in Management can prepare you for a leadership role at the highest level in a range of industries, from retail to communications. Presidents, CEO’s and Department or Team Directors can all benefit from the knowledge and skills obtained by completing this program. This degree can be especially useful to those with an entrepreneurial mindset who plan to go into business for themselves.

Managerial Roles
A range of industries require strong managers, and those with a Master’s in Management are well positioned for these careers. Job titles can include Human Resources Manager, Advertising Manager, Public Relations Manager, General Operations Manager, Sales Manager, or Training and Development Manager, depending on industry.

Supervisory Roles
For those who wish to take on supervisory roles, or who already serve in these roles and want to progress to leadership positions, a Master’s in Management can provide helpful skills such as how to predict and manage organizational conflicts, continuously improve your team’s effectiveness, and how to lead ethical decision-making processes.

Is a Master’s in Management right for your career path? Explore your options.


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Susan M. Quigley, PsyD and Elaine F. Campbell, PsyD, both graduated from Antioch New England’s Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program in 1999. They supported each other through their studies and collaborated on their doctoral dissertations. Over the years they’ve maintained a professional exchange and friendship that is a testament to its beginnings at Antioch.

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