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Business Information Management

Employees in Business Information Management employ systems, strategies and techniques used to collect, organize, analyze, and share information in an organization.

Courses in information management will help prepare students who may be interested in management careers such as: 

  • Office Manager
  • Administrative Support
  • Medial Front Office Assistant
  • Information Assistant
  • Desktop Publisher
  • Customer Service Assistant
  • Data Entry Specialists
  • Receptionist 
  • Computer Operator
  • Court Reporter
  • Stenographer
  • Dispatcher
  • Shipping & Receiving
  • Personnel Records Processing
  • Word Processor
  • Typists
  • Medical Transcriptionist
  • Legal Secretaries
  • Paralegals
  • Occupations including Library Assistant & Order Processor
  • Communications Equipment Operator

Education Requirements 

Most jobs require a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Employers seeking to hire for a top-level position often prefer a masters of business administration (MBA) degree with an emphasis in technology.

Some positions are available with an associate or trade school degree, but the applicant must have sufficient experience. To aid their professional advancement, many managers with an associate degree eventually earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree while working.

Professional organizations offer certification programs that are recognized marks of competency in the profession and offer employee’s distinct advantages in the job market. 

Information provided by: www.careerclusters.org