Business and Management

You can build the skills needed to pursue a business or management career through hands-on experience beyond the classroom. It is best to find a career that will fit your own unique interests, skills, and values.

Some possible job titles include:

  • Accounting
  • Actuary
  • Advertising
  • Tourism
  • Logistics
  • Recreation and Leisure
  • Consulting
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing and Public Relations
  • Retail and Management Trainee Programs

Areas of Interest

The Occupational Outlook Handbook provides detailed information about career options in business and management.

Related fields

If you have an interest in careers in business and management, you might also be interested in exploring careers in: agriculture, communication, food and beverage, health and medicine, media, arts and entertainment, government, international-opportunities and nonprofit.

Professional Associations

Joining professional associations related to the industry you are interested in provides access to professionals in the field, and networking opportunities which can lead to potential jobs and internships. Many national associations have state and local chapters you can join. Involvement in associations can also provide you insider updates on industry trends and best practices. One of the best ways to identify relevant associations is to search for them online.

Visit the ICC and Meet with an Advisor

For further guidance narrowing down your career interests, you can schedule an advising appointment. Our advising page has a list of all ICC advisors or you can review the list of undergraduate advisors below: