Business administration practices apply to almost every organization -- from major corporations to small businesses. In today’s complex and competitive business world, sound business principles are at the heart of every successful organization. The world runs on business, and people with business skills are needed across all industries, institutions, and organizations. A general business administration degree prepares students for the realities of the business world and opens up career options in different business sectors.
The business administration degree combines a strong foundation in core business courses with a broad-based liberal arts education. Students are not only taught basic business principles, but they are also given real life examples, case studies, and hands-on projects so that they can understand how the business world operates. Students develop practical managerial skills, communication skills, critical and creative thinking skills, and business decision-making capabilities.
If you’re interested in business, but unsure of your career path, consider a Business Administration Degree. Y ou will gain exposure to a number of different business areas:
- Introduction to Business
- Business Law
- Business Communications
- Computer Science
The Business Administration Degree programs we offer allow you to concentrate your studies in specific areas, such as:
- Sport and Recreational Management
Faculty have extensive work experience in their respective career fields, and they share their knowledge through the examination of current business practices and analysis of real-world business cases.
A degree in Business Administration prepares you for…
- Entry-level positions in a number of fields, including Accounting, Banking, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Management, Public Relations, Retail, and Hospitality.
- Transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor’s degree in business administration. The advantages of starting your college career here include savings on tuition compared with four-year institutions, the potential to earn a transfer scholarship, and our agreements with many of the area’s leading colleges and universities that allow most if not all of your courses to transfer.
- Advancement in your current career. Some working professionals hold fulltime jobs and take classes part-time to strengthen skills and prepare for new opportunities.