Business, Management, and Administration

Career Cluster

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Picture Yourself in Business, Management, and Administration

Is this you?

  • Like working with technology
  • Have great communication skills
  • Enjoy working with a team
  • Creative problem solver
If you want to manage a business or organization or just want to advance your career in the fast-paced world of commerce, the Business, Management, and Administration cluster is a perfect fit.

Business, management, and administrative careers encompass planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions that are essential to efficient and productive business operations. These career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy.

  • Quick learner
  • Organized
  • Good at time management
  • Customer-service oriented
  • Goal focused
  • Instructors are experts in their field who maintain industry-recognized credentials.
  • Students use Mid-State’s LEAD Center for a variety of hands-on activities and special events, giving them a dedicated place to build real-world connections and confidence as leaders. 
  • Students are prepared for the needs of employers thanks to input from industry partners like Skyward, Renaissance, Sentry Insurance, Delta Dental, Berkshire Hathaway, and Lands’ End.
  • Collaboration with community partners including the Heart of Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce and Portage County Business Council provides connections and opportunities for students. Collaboration is embedded in the learning process with guest speakers and local business tours.
  • Flexible learning options (online, web conferencing, etc.) help students prioritize work and family while getting their degree.
  • Students use technology tools in the classroom.
  • All students have an opportunity to join the Mid-State chapter of the Business Professionals of America.

“I enjoy getting to know my students and find it invigorating to see their skills and confidence evolve through the many hands-on opportunities available.”