In today’s highly competitive job market, an education that prepares students for work is more important than ever. The Business Administration curriculum is designed to be relevant to today’s working world. Students are prepared to fill entry-level positions in industry, restaurants, retail stores and service companies.

The Business Administration program prepares students in the functional areas of a business by incorporating techniques in planning, organizing, leading and controlling. If you choose to work for a business or start a business, the skills acquired in the Business Administration program will prepare you for success in a rapidly changing business environment. There is no limit to opportunities available to graduates with the right mix of leadership, organizational and teambuilding skills.

In the Business Administration program, you will:
• explore fundamental business, management, and accounting principles.
• learn to apply problem-solving strategies to real-life scenarios.
• analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats faced by companies today.
• implement basic financial planning techniques.
• learn the tools and techniques used in business operations that help owners or managers enhance their companies.

After completing selected business and management courses, students can specialize in either Accounting or Enterprise Management.

Individuals who want to continue their studies will also find options to transfer their credits to a four-year university, either through the general transfer curriculum or through agreements with other schools.

Accreditation:
The Business Administration program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Associate in Applied Science
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