Project Management

Managing a project requires special set of skills, such as the ability to plan, monitor and control execution, and evaluate and manage risks. Among the most important qualities project managers need to develop is the ability to communicate effectively. Functions of a project manager can be compared to the work of the director of the orchestra – empowering musicians while controlling the overall sound.

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Marketing

An interesting business challenge might be to maintain a business on your own or with a few colleagues and consult clients on how to improve the quality of their marketing strategies. Generally speaking, this is what a marketing consultant does. Although similar to advertising, which comprises only part of the marketing tools available, marketing itself is also promotion efforts, distribution and logistics and other business aspects of delivering a good or service to a customer.

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Human Resources Management

Are you interested in working in the world of business? Have you been considering going back to college and starting a new business career but aren’t sure what you want to do? Why not get your degree and start working in human resource management? This is a fantastic career that allows you to work as a bridge of communication and relations between the labor force and management.

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Forensic Accounting

Forensic accounting jobs are a far cry from the idea many people have of accounting. Forensic accounting professionals work diligently to help solve white-collar crimes and to prevent such crimes from reoccurring. In fact, since 9/11, many forensic accountants have located terrorists and have provided the needed information for these terrorists to be captured and prosecuted. If you would like to take your place in this important, respected career field, now is the perfect time to go back to college and begin the journey to an exciting new career.

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Financial Planning

Financial planning is arranging, managing and planning the finances of a family or business. Becoming a certified financial planner requires the receipt of the CFP® certification mark, awarded by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. This certification requires additional education, experience, and successfully passing an examination.

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Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

Do you create detailed budgets and stick to them? If you answered yes, you may want to look into accounting because you would make a great certified public accountant (CPA). Certified public accountants track the spending and earnings of organizations. They create reports, analyze budgets, and make sure companies adhere to generally accepted accounting principals.

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Business Administration

Students interested in business administration often can find employment in the business world using their specialized training that they have learned. Many students study for their Masters of Business Administration (MBA) after earning an undergraduate degree and perhaps working some time to gain some relevant business experience.

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