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To achieve success, businesses and organizations rely on leaders—outstanding individuals who are adept at leading teams, making difficult decisions, and effecting change. Specifically designed to help you develop the skills required to assume a future leadership position, this innovative undergraduate program includes courses in psychology, writing, negotiation, finance, ethical decision making, logic, and organizational behavior. To help you put your knowledge into practice, the program features a leadership practicum, a structured consulting experience in which you work with an organization or conduct an applications-oriented research study that tackles a relevant leadership issue.
|Office Manager||Labor Relations Specialist|
|Customer Service Manager||Labor Organizer|
|Corporate Trainer||Non-Profit Administrator|
|Computer Training Specialist||Non-Profit Director|
|Job Training Specialist||Sales Manager|
|Management Development Specialist||District Sales Manager|
|Trainer||Regional Sales Manager|
|Training Coordinator||Sales Supervisor|
|Training Specialist||General Manager|
|E-Learning Developer||Sales and Marketing Vice President|
|Technical Trainer||Sales Representative|
|Human Resources Assistant||Store Manager|
|Human Resources Specialist|
Job qualifications are based not only on degree program, but on skills and experience. Students should seek out as many experiential opportunities in their fields of interest as possible, including Co-op and internships.
The following resources include various websites and campus resources that will aid you in exploring this career field and industry.
Vocational Biographies (username: NE Univ; password: RAZDE)
Joining groups on campus can help you show community engagement and help you build experience and skills that can help you in your future career. Please go to Northeastern Student Life and explore possible groups to join. Some examples follow:
Council for University Programs
Resident Student Organization
Student Government Association
Ethnic or Cultural student groups
Find valuable industry information, job sites, and professionals in the field you may contact for informational interview requests and networking opportunities.
Sample LinkedIn.com Groups providing resources such as industry trends, company information, job listings, and networking opportunities within the field: