With this specialization, you will become a qualified business professional prepared to pursue careers that apply a blend of management, administrative and information technology skills in contemporary business environments. The administrative manager supervises office employees, designs office work systems, maintains internal and external communication systems, and compiles meaningful reports from information processing. Your knowledge of IT tools complemented by the soft skills of communication and leadership will qualify you to seek employment in positions requiring the management of data, projects, people, and organizational change. All types of business from agriculture and finance, to manufacturing and health care are seeking graduates with these skills.
Possible careers include:
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