Business Management: Fisher College of Business

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The business program prepares students for careers in business and for graduate study or professional degrees such as law. Professional managers face a variety of challenges: consumer demand for value, the need for more efficient planning and greater productivity, increasing international competition, and rapidly changing technology. These challenges will require that managers have more knowledge, training, and skills than ever before.

The program at Ohio State Mansfield combines distance-learning technologies with traditional classroom instruction. Web-based tools such as video-on-demand, online slide presentations and live discussions enable students to make the most of classroom time. The program is tailored to meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students working in or planning to work in Ohio companies.

Business Minor information

Career Opportunities

Graduates begin their careers in a variety of entry-level positions appropriate to their business management background. These include positions in accounting, finance, production and operations management, information systems, marketing and sales. Other career opportunities are also available in banking, insurance, retail management, real estate, service industries and manufacturing.

Faculty and staff for business

Through the combined use of distance learning technologies and traditional classrooms, you will be taught by leading faculty from Fisher College's top-20 nationally ranked program.

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The Ohio State University at Mansfield Admissions Office

104 Riedl Hall
The Ohio State University at Mansfield
1760 University Drive
Mansfield, OH 44906-1535
Phone: 419-755-4300