Students in the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship learn how to navigate organizations of all sizes, preparing them for careers in corporations, nonprofit organizations, and public administration.
Among our 2015-2016 graduates who earned a bachelor’s degree from the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, 98% of the respondents reported that within one year of graduation they were employed or attending/planning to attend graduate school. Among those who reported salary, the average annual self-reported salary was $56,595.
Those who are employed, report working in the following jobs and organizations:
- CA Technologies
- Castella Imports
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Department of Education
- Estée Lauder
- Greater New York Hospital Association
- Morgan Stanley
- National Grid
- Northwell Health
- Supreme Court of the State of New York
As a student in the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, you will learn innovative and time-honored approaches to planning, organizing, leading, and controlling that will prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career.
Participation in the department introduces you to guest speakers who are practicing executives and will provide you with excellent opportunities to forge lifelong friendships with other students who share your interests.
Another career-enhancing opportunity is the department's internship program, which enables students to gain work experience for course credit.
Hofstra Management graduates have succeeded as:
- Communications Managers
- Health Care Managers
- Human Resources Managers
- Management Consultants
- Management Information Specialists
- Operations Managers
- Procurement Managers
- Restaurant and Hotel Managers
- Sports and Recreation Managers
- Transportation Managers
Outcomes are based on the 76% of 2015-2016 Zarb School of Business undergraduate degree recipients who responded to a survey or for whom data was gathered from LinkedIn within one year of graduation, not the total number of graduates, and may not be representative of the total graduating population. The career outcomes rate includes those employed (full time or part time) and those not employed but attending graduate school (full time or part time) next semester. Salary data is self-reported voluntarily by Zarb graduates and based upon a 35% response rate. Salary figures vary from year to year based on several factors, including market conditions as well as the number of graduates reporting salary information to us. The economy is constantly changing, and employment for past classes is not an accurate predictor of employment for future classes. In addition, a degree from Hofstra or any other school is not a guarantee of employment in any field.
All data must meet a test of data integrity. The average salary and outcomes data reported for Hofstra graduates is determined by the level at which data may be deemed reliable (University-wide, school, division, or department). To see the alumni outcome report in its entirety, and all available data, go to the institutional research page.