The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management will tomorrow-proof you like no other program that the MUS offers. In this program, you will learn to:
- Think Well - Make great business decisions, become a versatile business strategist who can add value to organizations of all types, regardless of your industry, role, or the economic environment
- Interact Well - Develop interpersonal communication and influence skills that will help you make your great business decisions a reality in any environment
- Pay It Off Quickly - Focus on in-demand workforce skills that will get you a high paying job right out of school, coordinate with employers to provide internship and apprenticeship opportunities, and provide you with the career readiness skills that will be foundational to your success
Program Highlights: This program features industry-expert instructors that not only will teach you cutting-edge best practices, but will also use their networks to connect you with a diverse array of professional opportunities (internships, apprenticeships, job placements, etc) that fit your interests and strengths.
Job/Career Paths: Graduates of this program will build a foundation to succeed in a large number of business positions, including:
Relevant Program Statistics
- 1 in 7 Americans works in sales and marketing - and increasingly, so do the other 6. The volatility of our modern business environment and the rapid growth of automation mean that only the most human of skills - in this case, that of influencing others - will provide you job security and an ability to add value no matter what happens in your professional career.
- As computers, software, AI, robots, and other forces of automation rapidly replace rote, routine workers, the skill of good decision-making will only become more and more valuable - teaching that skill is a primary focus of this program. One of our mantras is “we don’t teach anything you can Google”
- Management is in high demand (5YA 139, APASP data) with MT Department of Labor projects 2015-2025 growth, management: Marketing Managers, 9.6%. Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers, 6.3%, First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers, 16.1%, FirstLine Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers, 9.8%, Retail Salespersons, 12.9%, Advertising Sales Agents, 7.9%, Sales Representatives, Services, All Other, 14.1%, Sales and Related Workers, All Other, 16.3%.
Program point of contact: Carlton Galbreath, (406) 243-7873, firstname.lastname@example.org