Business Administration - Career Center - CSU, Chico

Business Administration

CSU, Chico Catalog Description

Some graduates with Business Administration degrees (Accounting option) have pursued one or more of the following occupations:

Accountant
Accounts Payable Clerk
Accounts Receivable Clerk
Actuary
Auditor
Bank Examiner
Benefits Administrator
Bill and Account Collector
Bookkeeper
Budget Analyst
Budgetary Control Analyst
Buyer (Retail Trade)
Certified Public Accountant

Chief Financial Accountant
CIA Agent
Claims Adjuster
Collection Agent
Commodities Trader
Consumer Credit Officer
Controller
Credit Authorizer
Economist
Estate Planner
Financial Analyst
Industrial Buyer
Insurance Underwriter
International Trade Specialist
IRS Investigator
Financial Manager
Lawyer
Loan Officer
Management Consultant
Paralegal
Payroll Manager
Personal Financial Planner
Professor
Stockbroker
Tax Specialist
Treasury Management Specialist

 

Some graduates with Business Administration degrees (Human Resource option) have pursued one or more of the following occupations:
Benefits Manager
Career Advisor
Career Guidance Technician
Compensation Analyst
Compensation Manager
Customer Service Manager
Employment Agency Counselor
Employment Counselor
Employment Interviewer
Equal Opportunity Officer
Human Resource Manager
Human Resource Specialist
Interviewer
Job Analyst
Job Development Specialist
Labor Law Legal Assistant
Labor Relations Manager
Management Trainee
Market Research Interviewer
Occupational Analyst
Organizational Consultant
Payroll Officer
Personnel Recruiter
Program Manager
Property Manager
Public Relations Manager
Recruiter
Restaurant/Food Service Manager
Retail Sales Manager
Safety Specialist
Sourcer
Trainer
Workers Compensation Manager

 

Some graduates with Business Administration degrees (Management option) have pursued one or more of the following occupations:
Account Executive
Bank Manager
Benefits Manager
Budget Officer
Business Analyst
Communications Officer
Community Association Manager
Compensation Manager
Food Product Sales Representative
Food Service Manager
Foreign-Exchange Trader
Health Services Manager
Human Resource Manager
Information System Manager
International Business Manager
Job Analyst
Loan Officer
Lodging Manager
Logistics Supervisor
Management Trainee
Manufacturing Supervisor
Market Information Specialist
Media Planner
Mortgage Loan Officer
Occupational Analyst
Office Manager
Operations Manager
Payroll Officer
Personnel Recruiter
Professor
Promotions Manager
Property Manager
Quality Control Auditor
Real Estate Agent/Broker
Restaurant Manager
Retail Sales Manager
Sales Manager
Sales Representative
Securities Trader
Service Organization Manager
Stock Broker
Traffic Manager
Training Manager
Travel Agent
Sales Representative

 

Some graduates with Business Administration degrees (Marketing option) have pursued one or more of the following occupation:
Account Executive
Advertising Executive
Advertising Manager
Bank Officer
Branch Manager
Brand Manager
Buyer
Claims Adjuster/Examiner
Communications Officer
Consultant
Copywriter
Credit/Loan Administrator
Customer Service Manager
Distribution Manager
Insurance Agent
Management Trainee
Marketing Consultant
Marketing Field Coordinator
Marketing Planner
Market Research Analyst
Market Research Interviewer
Media Buyer/Analyst
Media Coordinator
Merchandising Manager
Product Promoter
Professor
Program Manager
Promotions Director
Property Manager
Public Relations Manager
Research Analyst
Restaurant Manager
Retail Manager
Sales Agent
Sales Manager
Travel Agent

 

Some graduates with Business Administration degrees (Finance option) have pursued one or more of the following occupations:

Accountant
Actuary
Appraiser
Bank Manager
Bank Officer
Bank Teller
Claims Adjuster
Compensation analyst

Controller
Currency Expert
Economist
Estate Planner
Financial Analyst
Financial Planner
Hedge Fund Manager
Insurance Underwriter

International Business Consultant
International Trade Expert
Investment Banker
IRS Investigator
Retirement Planner
Securities Trader
Stock Broker
Stock Market Analyst

Important:

  • Typically co-curricular activities, work experience and/or internships are essential (in addition to earning a college degree) to be competitive in the job market upon graduation.
  • Some occupations may require advanced degrees and/or training (check with the Career Center regarding your target occupations).
  • Please visit the Career Center (SSC 270) early in your college experience to get ideas on how to build your resume.

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