Business Management and Marketing Technology
Management Support
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Business Management Administration


Berrien Springs High School
Brandywine High School
Bridgman High School
Buchanan High School
Coloma High School
St. Joseph High School

Career Opportunities Include:

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Administrative Supervisor
  • Business/Management
  • Cost Estimator
  • Office Administrator
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Secretary

GRADES: 11-12

Class Description

Management Support will provide comprehensive coverage and integration of business skills and issues, develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, and establish a foundation in business procedures.

*This course may be available for college credit through Lake Michigan College.

Content Areas

  • Advanced Computer Applications
  • Office Technology
  • Windows Operating System
  • File Management
  • Applied Career Training

Career Outlook

Administrative services managers perform a broad range of duties in virtually every sector of the economy. They coordinate and direct support services to organizations as diverse as insurance companies, computer manufacturers, and government offices.

Administrative services managers work in private industry and government and have a wide range of responsibilities, experience, earnings, and education.

Applicants face intense competition due to the substantial supply of competent, experienced workers seeking managerial jobs.

Earnings of administrative services managers vary greatly depending on the employer, the specialty, and the geographic area. In general, however, the median annual earnings of administrative services managers in 2019 was $96,940.

Source: United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2019-20 Occupational Outlook Handbook:

Updated 11/20/2020