Why Study Management at Fisher?
At Fisher, you'll gain an understanding of current management theories, the practical applications of those theories, and the ethical problems you may encounter in your professional career.
The B.S. in Management program blends liberal arts and professional education to help you develop critical thinking skills, leadership abilities, and a commitment to ethical decision-making.
Accelerated Time to an MBA Degree
As a Management major, you may qualify for the 4+1 MBA program which would allow you to complete your MBA degree within a year of your undergraduate degree.
Upon graduation, Management majors enjoy an excellent job placement record. Employers of our recent graduates include:
- Frontier Communications
- M&T Bank
- Mass Mutual
- Catholic Charities
- Eastman Kodak Company
- U.S. Army
- Eddie Bauer
Placement survey feedback indicates that the mid-range of starting salaries for our graduates is $20,000-$30,000. At the high end, it is not uncommon to see figures above $40,000.
Management Internships Spotlight
Tyrese Bryant '15
Tyrese Bryant, a political science major with minors in African American Studies and Management, is completing his spring 2015 management internship with Wegmans Food Markets on Calkins Road as a United Way Campaign Coordinator.
Tyrese is responsible for managing small fundraisers at the store throughout the 6-7 week campaign period, tracking donation cards, and reporting the campaign metrics at regular meetings. He is also tasked with generating new and interesting ideas for employees to help raise money for the United Way.
"By the end of my internship I hope to learn how to be an effective leader and fundraiser. I have been given a goal by the leaders of Wegmans and I want to do whatever I can to accomplish that goal and give all my energy towards doing as much as possible for the United Way of Greater Rochester," says Bryant.
After he graduates, Tyrese will be pursuing a master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning.