Business Management Careers Overview
Step into today's most rewarding business management careers, creating software solutions and overseeing the process. Apply your information systems degree in a business environment with experience you’ve gained in an area such as project management, production management, or sales and marketing. The technical skills and business management experience you'll receive at DeVry University can help open the door to rewarding opportunities in the business management field.
When you earn your bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS) from DeVry University with a specialization in Business Management, you'll be equipped to perform a broad range of duties related to virtually every sector of the economy. Professional responsibilities of these experts, also known as computer or information systems manager, computer systems analyst, computer systems software engineer, computer programmer, or hardware/software salesperson, include:
- Designing, building, and implementing software solutions
- Overseeing the design and development process
- Choosing, purchasing, and selling hardware or software critical to business operations
Business management careers are found across all industries, including:
- Healthcare technology
DeVry University graduates in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Business Management will be prepared for careers in areas such as:
- Systems analysis
- Software production management
- Computer programming
- Software/hardware project management
- Software/hardware sales
DeVry Career Advantage
From career-focused programs to our results-driven career services team, our focus is on preparing you for your chosen career. The proof is in the numbers. In 2013, 86% of DeVry University Computer Information Systems graduates actively seeking employment had careers in their field within six months of graduation at an average salary of $46,856.
1 Figure based on 2013 graduates self-reporting data to DeVry University Career Services who were employed at graduation or actively seeking employment in their field after graduation. Does not include graduates who were not actively seeking employment, as determined by DeVry University Career Services, or who did not report data on employment status to DeVry University Career Services.