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You can pursue the Management specialization as an area of emphasis in the full IMC degree program. By sharpening both management and communication skills, professionals who specialize in Management graduate from the IMC program ready to transform the communication processes of any organization for the better.

The Management Specialization consists of four courses; three of these fulfill the elective requirements and the final course is additional to your degree requirements. So, an IMC degree with a specialization requires 11 courses, 33 credits, and adds to the total cost of the degree.

Management Courses

The Management courses prepare you to:

  • Understand how to utilize software tools for the purpose of business decision-making
  • Master the art of individual and team, personal and professional negotiation
  • Intelligently discuss principles of leadership and explore how these principles affect traditional human resource management topics
  • ddress legal and ethical issues relevant to business decision making and planning
  • Utilize leadership best practices in order to motivate and support an organization’s workforce
  • Successfully lead the management of information and technology in business

You should pursue Management if...

You're interested in:

  • Developing leadership and management skills
  • Ethics and legal issues relevant to marketing managers
  • Negotiation and position bargaining
  • Information and technology management
  • Human resource management concepts

Your dream job title is:

  • Promotions Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Communications Director
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Director of Marketing Operations
  • Product Marketing Manager
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