Business Administration

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It’s as true for the Fortune 500 as it is for the scrappy underdogs: Without people, a company is just an idea and maybe a tax ID.  It’s people who give it life, who determine the health and longevity of an organization.  

The Business Administration, AS curriculum combines the functional knowledge and skills graduates need in business to perform, with the individual and professional development that enable them to excel.

The program is primarily directed towards students seeking a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Students who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting should also enroll in this program.

The broad-spectrum business education that students receive prepares them for successful transfer and transition to a bachelor’s program, as well as long-term professional success throughout their career.

Students complete business courses and select electives in areas such as ethics, business law, social entrepreneurship, and business strategy. They simultaneously hone individual qualities that promote success, such as leadership, integrity, critical thinking, and social responsibility for positions in business, public service, nonprofit organizations, and more.

Students may opt for a general Business Administration, AS or pursue a Concentration in Business Analysis.

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Business Analysis Concentration

This concentration provides students with a foundational understanding of business operations. Students develop skills in the use and evaluation of data in advancing managerial decisions.

Career Opportunities

A business administration education opens the door to variety of career opportunities, including:

  • Accountants
  • Commercial loan officers
  • City managers
  • Sales managers
  • Human resources managers
  • Public relations specialists
  • Advertising executives

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