The General Business Administration Degree provides students with a flexible approach to acquiring business skills and expertise. Students will have the opportunity to examine the ways society, culture and technology intersect in today’s global economy.
The unique composition of the General Business Administration Degree serves to broaden students’ horizons and provides an ideal combination of skills and knowledge to excel in a variety of business and not-for-profit arenas.
More Flexibility Means More Opportunity
With a bachelors in business administration, students benefit from receiving a core competency that is flexible enough to fit a wide variety of career paths. In today’s quickly evolving business environment, this flexibility in approach can be a huge advantage for job seekers.
Why You Should Choose Manor
A curriculum with a practical, progressive approach exposes students to the principles of business administration and their application in real-world settings. The combination of relevant pedagogy and hands-on learning prepares students for the unique and varied challenges of administrative jobs.
Manor also boasts a low student to faculty ratio, ensuring that students receive personalized focus that can help to shape and guide their future career path in general business administration.
What to Expect From the Curriculum
Students will begin by learning about the fundamentals of business, technology, and economics before moving into more specialized coursework on communications, human resources management, non-profit organizations, social media marketing, and more. Students are required to take part in approved business internships during their senior year, for which they will receive school credit. The B.B.A. program is 120/121 credits in total.
Students with a B.B.A degree have job opportunities in the following areas:
- Sales Management
- Financial Management
- Human Resource Management
- Food Service Management
- Healthcare Administration
- Marketing Management
What career can you have with a general business administration degree? Accountants, sale managers, city managers, financial officers, market research analysts, commercial loan officers, CEOs, human resources managers, advertising agents, and public relations specialists are examples of job titles that rely on a strong background in general business and administration. These jobs are predicted to have strong, positive industry growth through 2026 and beyond.
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