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Management and Leadership

Careers. Choices. Real Life.

Management and Leadership students are usually employed in a variety of businesses and industries when they enroll. This program provides students with the opportunity to upgrade their leadership and management skills in preparation for a supervisory position or for support in their present position. Typical career options after graduation include: WITC graduates are true professionals and lifelong learners. Career-oriented graduates often choose to continue their education at a university or four-year college. WITC now offers graduates a convenient new way to earn one of six bachelor's degrees online through a unique alliance with Franklin University. WITC graduates also enjoy the opportunity to transfer credit to Cardinal Stritch, Northland College, Lakeland College, and UW-Stout.

Graduate Employment Information

WITC Management and Leadership Graduate Survey Responses 2014-2015

Number of graduates          5 Employed in related field 1
Number of responses          4 % employed in WITC district 100%
Number available for employment          4 Range of yearly salary $14,500*-$85,000*
Number employed          4 Average yearly salary $50,427*
Percent employed   100%    

*Range of yearly salary and average yearly salary based on composite from Wisconsin's 16 technical college districts (WTCS) which includes WITC graduates.