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About Management

The IDEALs of Management  – Inclusive, Dynamic, Entrepreneurial, and Adaptive Leaders of Tomorrow

Students with a “Business Administration – Management” major learn how to innovate and thrive in the large, small, family-run, and social purpose organizations that will shape our collective future. This objective is reached through coursework that carefully examines how to recruit, manage and influence an organization’s workforce and its future leaders, how to build and maintain inclusive, ethical organizational cultures, how to support creativity and innovation, and how to optimize the operations function in support of a sustainable future.

Whether you plan to be a leader of tomorrow through entrepreneurship, to support the development of leadership skills in others through a career in human resource management, to specialize in organizational analysis for positive social impact, or to focus on helping organizations optimize and green their operations function, the Management program at Ramapo College will help you reach your goals.

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Classes you can take:

Human Resource Management, Leadership Strategy and Skill, Intro Macroeconomics, Business Law, Management Science, Quality Management, Supply Chain Management

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Ramapo College Business Administration-Management majors enjoy high-powered, satisfying, and socially impactful careers in sectors including:

  • Sports Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Management
  • Small Business Ownership
  • Family Business Leadership
  • Higher Education Administration
  • Hospital Administration
  • Nonprofit Leadership
  • Sales Management

More information about what can be done with a management major can be found at Glassdoor.

Sample Job Titles and National Salary Ranges

Job TitleSalary Range
General and Operations Managers$72,360 - Varies
Human Resources Managers$90,860 - Varies
Sales Managers$81,260 - Varies
Managers, All Other$83,940 - $206,000
Financial Managers$91,350 - Varies
Purchasing Managers$97,450 - Varies
Gaming Managers$65,780 - $118,440
Food Service Managers$51,420 - $116,100
Management Analysts$56,120 - $167,590
Budget Analysts$52,860 - $125,390
Loan Officers$36,580 - $148,720

* Sources of Information: United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (2017). For more information about careers and assistance in making your career plans, please contact Career Services (cahill@ramapo.edu) or visit www.ramapo.edu/careercenter/.

Ramapo Success Story

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Malavika Sundararajan

Management

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Michael S. Dillard '07

Business Administration, Management

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Rikki Abzug

Business Administration, Management

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Rick Nunez

Business Administration, Management

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Brittney Harraka '11, '15

Business Administration, International Business, Management, Master of Business Administration

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Carly Schaublin '16

Business Administration, Management

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Eric Melniczek '97

Business Administration, Management

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Amanda Coyle '14

Business Administration, Economics, Management

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Amy Walsh '14

Business Administration, International Business, Management, Spanish

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Clifton E. Shambry Jr. '12

Business Administration, Management

The management concentration affords and encourages opportunities for internships, co-ops and study abroad experiences.  Required courses feature skill and resume-building Leadership Labs, and client-based organizational consulting and proposal projects. The senior capstone course on Strategic Management features a business simulation called “The Business Strategy Game” where the class breaks into teams to carry out senior-level case-related assignments including creating a competitive strategy, respected brand image, and financial and market leadership plans.

Outside of the classroom, you can join the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) club, where you’ll have the opportunity to manage and execute strategic plans of action from College-based initiatives to high-caliber social events with Fortune 100 executives.  Management students are also encouraged to become involved in the Ramapo College Enactus team, comprised of students dedicated to the art of entrepreneurship and using the power of business to support a greater change in our community.   Enactus, an international non-profit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. This club is a great way to apply classroom takeaways to running community service projects.

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