Careers in Business Administration
Graduates with the Entrepreneurship/Small Business Major are typically oriented toward either starting their own business or working in an established small or medium-sized enterprise, both in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. However, given that many students double major in Entrepreneurship/Small Business and another functional area (e.g., Marketing, Accounting) many students still pursue more conventional career paths, such as working for a larger established organization.

Graduates of the Human Resource Management Major often pursue careers in the following areas:

  • Human Resources
  • Industrial Relations
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Total Compensation
  • Personnel Services
  • Training and Development
  • Recruiting
  • Labour Negotiations
  • Career Counselor
  • Staff Relations

Students who major in International Business choose from among a wide variety of management jobs in functional areas like finance, marketing, operations management, and human resource management. If you work in marketing, for example, you might be involved with the advertising and sale of a product or service that is made by a Canadian subsidiary in a foreign country. Whatever your specific area of interest, as your career in International Business proceeds, you will likely alternate overseas postings with work in Canada.

Career Development Centre

The Career Development Centre at the Asper
School of Business specializes in helping
Asper students and graduates manage their
current and future careers.

Co-op Program

The Asper School of Business hosts the largest Co-op Program at the University of Manitoba.  The program serves as an educational partnership, bridging the employment and academic needs of students, the University, and the business community.