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What You Learn

In Kean’s management program, you study strategies and trends to make business decisions at the corporate, entrepreneurial and operational levels.

  • Explore practices in corporate management, human resources, entrepreneurship, supply chain management, corporate social responsibility, operations management, information systems management and globalization

  • Identify and pursue domestic and international business opportunities

  • Prepare for leadership roles in local, national and global companies and organizations by applying technical, human, conceptual and strategic skills

  • Acquire core competencies in innovation, dealing with change, probing for global opportunities, and developing creative solutions to operational challenges

  • Intern on Wall Street or with leading companies such as Disney, Google, Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals, and more

Kean offers a variety of management degree options for you to select. You can also minor in accounting, criminal justice, finance, management and public administration in the College of Business and Public Administration.

B.S. in Management | General Business Option

B.S. in Management | Entrepreneurship Option

B.S. in Management | Management of Organizations Option

B.S. in Management | Supply Chain Management Option

B.S. in Management | Human Resources Management Option

Management Minor

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I want to open my own business. I’ve benefited from being advised by faculty and seasoned students. You can fit in at Kean no matter where you come from.

Garfield Hylton
Class of 2020
Kean University management student Garfield Hylton.

After Kean

A Kean business management degree opens career options across a broad range of industries, including human resources, international trade and business, information systems, finance, purchasing, supply chain management and logistics, and much more. Possible careers include:

  • Management consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Project manager
  • Banker
  • Business development manager
  • Store manager
  • Insurance underwriter
  • Shipping manager
  • Stockbroker
  • Supply chain manager
  • Office manager
  • Human resources specialist

$75,000

Median salary for New Jersey business management and administration majors, according to the Center on Education and the Workforce

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I chose business management so that I can pursue either an MBA or master’s degree in healthcare administration. Someday, I want to be on the executive board of a hospital.

Ifeoma Odoemena
Class of 2019
Kean University management student Ifeoma Odoemena.
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