Zak Suhar '13

Major: Management/Spanish
Job Title: Associate Account Strategist

There are many things that are measured during the interview process, one of which is "Googleyness." Working at Google is very fun because the people are so awesome, everyone comes from such diversified backgrounds, so there's never a lack of energy and excitement.


If you are interested in a career in business with a variety of opportunities and directions, then take a look at our management major. With a combination of theory and practice, you will be prepared for a business management career today and in the future. It’s a field that is in demand, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimating growth in the field at 13% throughout the next decade.

Students pursing a degree in management will also be prepared to pursue graduate education in business upon graduation or at a later point in time.

Our management courses often include realistic projects so you will have the ability to apply business theory to real-life situations. In addition, you’ll complete an experiential learning experience in the form of an internship, service project or educational activity outside of the United States. The combination of classroom, project and experiential leaning will prepare you for a career in a global business environment.


Supply management
Quality control
Retail management

100% of Management majors from the classes of 2013-2014 were able to start a degree-required career or were accepted to graduate school within 6 months of graduation. (from a survey with 95% self-reporting)
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