With our concentration in innovation management, you will be ready to address business problems, focus on creating value, manage fixed and intangible resources, provide creative solutions to advance brands, and work well within corporations having significant engineered systems.
Our curriculum combines business management principles, theories, and applications with advanced knowledge in STEM and design topics. You will explore core business areas and topics required to help businesses reach their strategic goals and effectively manage resources.
As a business innovation management graduate, your career opportunities include positions such as supervisor or manager of production, projects, and operations, accountant or auditor (with a dual concentration in accounting), management analyst, or logistician with the potential for advancement to plant manager, controller, or CEO. You may also decide to pursue master’s or Ph.D. study in order to specialize in business administration, venture enterprises, corporate law, international operations, information technology, and many other current and emerging fields in today’s global business environment.
As a Division of Business graduate who has completed the innovation management concentration, you might also choose additional study, like: