The answer isn't as simple as you might think. It is important to note that business management isn't only for professionals who desire to supervise a team. The education you'll receive while earning a business management degree is versatile and can prepare you for a wide variety of roles in the business world.
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There are a precious few times in life where it just seems like the stars have aligned and by some stroke of luck everything in life is going your way. Fargo health information management student Brenna Welton is currently in the middle of one of those great runs of luck. However, attributing her recent string of success to just luck is selling Welton short. As the saying goes, you make your own luck. This is how Welton, with the help of Rasmussen College, created her own luck and began a new career she never imagined possible.
This guide features a combination of expert insight, government information and real-time market intelligence to provide you with everything you need to know to launch a successful business management career.
Romeoville, Ill., business management student Robert Kroll says the difference is night and day when he comparing his experience at Rasmussen College to the waitlists and absentee advisors he found elsewhere.
Finding a job in a sluggish economy can be brutal, and often, employers have lofty expectations of their pools of applicants. Students looking to secure a job need to find unique ways to stand out from the crowd in order to compete. Green Bay, Wis., graduate Peggy Sonneson found the right mix of education and extracurricular work to land her dream job in her field.
Land O' Lakes, Fla., student Lesley Johns had hit a peak professionally. Her career had plateaued after years of working as an LPN, so in an effort to broaden her career horizon she decided to branch out and enroll in Rasmussen College's health information technology program.
Failure was not an option this go-around for Brooklyn Park, Minn., graduate Kathryn Schmolke. She had all the motivation she needed when she made the decision to enroll at Rasmussen College and earn a business management bachelor's degree-she had previously spent four years at a state university with little to show for her efforts. "I felt at the time that I had wasted four years and I knew that getting my degree is something that I needed and wanted to do," Schmolke says. "I was so determined that it was kind of a 'nothing's going to stop me' situation."
News flash: The best computer programmers don't always make the best managers. They may write beautiful code but they might not have the soft skills necessary to manage others without ruffling feathers.