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Online MBA/MS in Management and Organizational Behavior Career Outlook

When you earn both a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science (MS) in Management and Organizational Behavior you will be primed to pursue a wide variety of high-level and executive positions thanks to the range of skills you develop through your studies.

Job Market for MBA and Organizational Behavior Graduates

Only 8 percent of the American population has a master’s degree and approximately 25 percent of master’s degrees conferred are in business.1 By earning two business master’s degrees you are placing yourself in an elite group of professionals that are in high demand.

In fact, there is great career potential with a Dual MBA/MSMOB. According to a poll conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), 72 percent of companies surveyed expect to hire MBA graduates in 2015. By combining the quantitative skills acquired through the highly regarded MBA program with the soft skills obtained in the MS program, however, graduates of the dual degree are even better positioned to manage the complexities of leading a business.

Career Paths Graduates of the Dual MBA/MSMOB Degree May Seek Include:

PositionGrowth Through 2022Median Salary, 2012
Management Analyst19%$78,60022
Top Executive11%$101,65033
Advertising & Marketing Manager12%$115,75044
Compensation and Benefits Manager3%$95,25055
Human Resource Manager13%$99,72066
Sales Manager8%$105,26077

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