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Management Careers

Beyond Boise State

Career opportunities for every student.

Prepare for a broad range of careers, including sales, human resources, entrepreneurship, retail and general management, with an online Bachelor of Business Administration in Management. Gain hands-on experience in your intended career field, develop your technical skills and network with other learners across the country.

Are you ready to get started? Contact a student success coach to learn more about the online business management degree at Boise State University.

What Can I Do With This Degree?

The following statistics are from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor:

Median Salary

  • $102,450 annually or $51.22 hourly.

Projected New Jobs

  • 8% job growth from 2021-2031.

BBA in Management Careers

  • Benefits Administrator
  • Branch Manager 
  • Budget Analyst 
  • Financial Analyst 
  • Human Resource Specialist 
  • Job Analyst
  • Logistics Manager
  • Consultant 
  • Purchasing Manager/Buyer 
  • Training Specialist 
  • Reports Analyst
  • Compensation Manager
  • Account Manager

BBA in Entrepreneurship Careers

  • Accountant
  • Auditor 
  • Budget Analyst 
  • Fundraiser
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Meeting, Convention and Event Planner
  • Personal Financial Advisor
  • Business Consultant 
  • Sales
  • Training Specialist 
  • Research and Development

BBA in Resort and Hospitality Management Careers

  • Guest Relations
  • Resort Management
  • Food and Beverage
  • Tourism
  • Event Planning
  • Entertainment and Leisure Management
  • Sommelier
  • Directors of Housekeeping
  • Restaurant Management
  • Travel Agent
  • Tour Guide
  • Marketing and Public Relations

Degree Outcomes

Upon graduation, you will have achieved the following competencies:

  • Managerial problem solving
  • Leadership and teamwork
  • Responsible business practices
  • Innovation
  • Modern workplace management

Career Tips for BBA in Management Students

As you prepare for your career:

  • Connect with the online career counselor early for tips and strategies to help with your career search.
  • Schedule informational interviews with individuals in your desired career or industry.
  • Maintain a current resume or CV and ask for others familiar with your career goals and positions you plan to apply for to review and make suggestions.
  • Join professional associations related to your field of interest.
  • Identify and pursue leadership opportunities in your classes, current job or the community to gain experience for your resume.
  • Update your LinkedIn profile and use it to demonstrate your skill sets and highlight your professional expertise. Recruiters use LinkedIn and other similar platforms to connect with potential employees and the platform can be a great way to build your network which can help with your job search.
  • Ask professors, classmates or current supervisors or peers to write you a letter of recommendation.

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