Often known as the "generic" business major, Business Administration and Management consists of the making or implementing of major decisions in the performance or management of business operations. Business management is all about learning how to be a boss - how to run a successful, competitive company while dealing with clients, employees, and shareholders.
Denver, the tenth-largest central business district in the United States by population, is a natural location for students majoring in Business Management.Over the years, the city has been home to several large corporations in the central United States, making Denver a key trade point for the country.
Several well known companies originated in or have relocated to Denver. Large Denver-area employers that have headquarters in the city include Samsonite, AIMCO, Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Company (now part of Qwest), the Gates Corporation, and Molson Coors Brewing Company, just to name a few.
Training and Education
What can you can expect in a business management program? Topics range from subjects such as accounting, administration, economics, finance, information systems, marketing, organizational behavior, public relations, strategy, human resource management, to quantitative methods and advertising.You can also expect to give a number of presentations, create well-researched reports, and work in groups, since that is what managing a business is all about.
Many business schools center their teaching around the use of case studies (i.e. the case method). Case studies have been used in graduate and undergraduate business education for nearly one hundred years. Business cases are historical descriptions of actual business situations. Typically, information is presented about a business firm's products, markets, competition, financial structure, sales volumes, management, employees and other factors affecting the firm's success. The length of a business case study may range from two or three pages to 30 pages, or more.
In contrast to the case method some schools use a skills-based approach in teaching business, while others may make use of Business simulation games that are used in different disciplines such as business, economics, management, and modeling.