Project managers supervise financial and business initiatives designed to make companies more efficient and effective. They develop internal and external strategies that ensure long-term profitability and achieve revenue-based goals. Project managers must have excellent problem solving skills, be able to assess and resolve sensitive situations, and be decisive leaders.
At the Monroe College School of Business, Bachelor’s Degree students learn from corporate project managers and business leaders. They are taught how to review financial reports, complicated budgets, cash flow charts, and credit risk. Our strong, results-oriented curriculum prepares students to take on real-world internships at investment banks, private equity firms, government agencies, and financial services institutes.
Monroe College School of Business graduates can work toward a Master’s in Business or enter the workforce with a unique, real-world advantage. Careers in project management include cash flow director, funds manager, and risk manager. To learn more about the Monroe College School of Business, visit here.