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Amy Bennett
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If you have aspirations of leading others and enjoy teamwork, problem solving, and organization, you may find your fit in Belmont’s Management program! Many career opportunities exist for people with a background in management, including positions in healthcare, human resources, banking, retail, technology, manufacturing, and nonprofit organizations. No matter the field, the Management major allows our students to take the theory learned in the classroom and directly apply their knowledge to various organizations and teams. Many of our upper-level courses in management involve projects where students work with businesses in the Nashville area, and students gain valuable leadership experience by participating in our many business student organizations.

With more than 250 healthcare-related enterprises headquartered in or around Nashville, we are referred to as the “healthcare capital of the country.” As healthcare grows in scope, new technologies, advances in basic research, and new concepts in healthcare financing and delivery serve to make this an even more complex industry. Therefore it’s easy to see why more and more health-related companies look for well-trained employees to manage and supervise the services they offer. Students in the management major are able to take specialized courses in healthcare management and are encouraged to intern with a healthcare company.

The management major also allows students to specialize in human resources management by taking three courses directly related to the field. The Jack C. Massey College of Business encourages students to participate in the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), which is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. An internship in human resources will also complement students’ experiences and provide them with the hands-on experiences employers want from their employees.