Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Raymond Jacobs
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Joined Ashland University faculty in 1990 Currently serves as chair of the MBA program and is responsible for assessment and accreditation reporting in the Dauch...Read more
Kumar
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1999 and teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level Teaching specializations involve courses in international business, international finance,...Read more
Westerfelt
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2007 Lead professor for Organizational Design, Development and Change Management in the International MBA and Online MBA Programs and Business...Read more
Kalamas
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Joined Ashland University faculty in 2009 as a professor instructor in business management; taught undergraduate and MBA Human Resource Management courses for 10 years as...Read more
Pittenger
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1987 and has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels Currently directs the Internship Program of the Dauch College...Read more
Sullivan
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2010 and teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses Began his business career with General Motors as an hourly employee at...Read more
Kumar
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1999 and teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level Teaching specializations involve courses in international business, international finance,...Read more
Stoll
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2012 and teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in operations and supply chain management Research has focused on supply chain...Read more
Westerfelt
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2007 Lead professor for Organizational Design, Development and Change Management in the International MBA and Online MBA Programs and Business...Read more
Kalamas
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2009 as a professor instructor in business management; taught undergraduate and MBA Human Resource Management courses for 10 years as...Read more
Sullivan
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2010 and teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses Began his business career with General Motors as an hourly employee at...Read more
Pittenger
Faculty
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1987 and has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels Currently directs the Internship Program of the Dauch College...Read more

Careers in Business Management

Average Career Salary

$45,000-$65,000

Anticipated demand over next 10 years

HR will increase 13 percent from 2010-2020

Business Managers will increase 8 percent from 2010-2020

Managerial Skills Acquired in Business Management Curriculum

  • Problem Solving Strategies
  • Prepare persuasive Presentations
  • Motivate & influence people
  • Apply ethical principles & moral issues
  • Consulting skills

Recent employers of our Business Management Graduates include:

  • Pepsi Corporation
  • Timken Company
  • Goodyear Corporation
  • JM Smuckers Company Read More...

Typical job occupations

  • Management Analyst
  • Production Manager
  • Organizational Development Specialist
  • Medical & Health Service Manager
  • Sales Representative
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Corporate Trainer

Business Management

Dr. Robert Stoll, Chair
Dauch College of Business & Economics
401 College Ave.
Ashland, OH 44805

rstoll2@ashland.edu
419.289.5905


Broad business knowledge for a wide variety of management responsibilities

If you are exploring the opportunity to network with business managers and executives, then a management major is your choice! The management major is a comprehensive overview of the skill set necessary to compete in a global business environment. These managerial skills, complemented by a solid foundation in the business core, equip students with the necessary knowledge to become a successful manager.   Read More...

Flexible Management Curriculum

The flexible format creates a curriculum based on the student interest. Students have the option in studying a specialization such as Human Resource Management or choosing elective courses which expand opportunities for a broader business perspective. A key component in the Business Management curriculum is the many opportunities in course section for this major.

No matter what organization you choose, the Business Management major will excel in current contemporary business applications in a competitive business world.

Student Opinions

See what people are saying about our programs.
Kyle Tomko
I am a senior Business Management major, I completed a highly credited sales/marketing internship this past summer at Sherwin Williams headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. I formulated the Diversified Brands first competitive price/product analysis and helped intervene with the million dollar mid-year... more
Kyle Tomko
Taylor Woods
I am a business management/marketing double major, completed an internship with Westfield Insurance Group as the Human Resource Quality & Analytics Intern. She currently works there part time and hopes to receive a full time position after graduation.
Taylor Woods