Management Scholarships

Get a Degree that Puts You into Business Management

Business management means controlling a company’s operations in a way that produces the desired results consistently. For example, a human resources manager will understand how to screen resumes and train employees while ensuring the company as a whole adheres to employment law. A production manager keeps an assembly line properly supplied and staffed while coping with mechanical issues and meeting quotas.

There is a set of skills you will need for any type of business management, like understanding the steps in all processes under your control, delegating responsibilities successfully (which means orchestrating groups of people to function as a unit), and remaining au courant on trends, best practices, and new theory in your line of work.

Scholarships From Colleges

Arizona State Universitybusiness management scholarships

Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business provides three scholarships to its business majors:

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University

The Global Business Leadership Department belonging to the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University has posted a list of endowed scholarships for sophomores and juniors who have majors in the department. Here are four of them:

Western Michigan University

Western Michigan University’s Department of Management lists a number of scholarships and awards. Interestingly, no applications are required because the department’s faculty will select all recipients based on leadership, scholastic prowess, or community service. Here are three of the available awards:

University of Illinois Springfield

The College of Business and Management at University of Illinois Springfield currently offers eight scholarships, and here are three of them:

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

The University at Buffalo’s Poole College of Management has compiled a page of information on its scholarships, which are awarded in each fall semester to juniors and seniors who have majors in the college. Your enrollment must be full-time in courses at the 300 or 400 level, and your cumulative GPA must be at least 3.5.

Here are a few of the listings you’ll find:

This enumeration of management scholarships could continue indefinitely, because there is an elevated level of corporate support for the field. If you’d like more information about that type of financial aid, you can find a good resource here.