Business Administration

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Prepare for a professional career in management or business administration. Learn what it takes to start and run a business while gaining the leadership skills required to ensure an organization's success.

Career Outlook: Management and Administration

Organizations in the private, public, and non-profit sectors need professionals with business skills. Managers and administrators plan and coordinate activities that help an organization run efficiently, which is vital to the long-term success of any business operation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects 9% growth in administrative and management careers by 2030.

Patrick Climie

"One of my favorite things about the program was building strong relationships with my professors. If you work hard and put in the time, they are going to notice and be on your side, sharing scholarship opportunities and introducing you to the people you should know. I appreciated how my professors shared their professional experience with us and made that knowledge relatable."

— Patrick Climie, '16

Business Administration Programs

A.S. Business Administration

Gain a strong foundation in accounting, business law, communications, economics, and marketing as you prepare to continue your studies at a four-year institution. With courses designed for transfer, the A.S. degree is ideal for students seeking a higher degree in accounting, finance, marketing, sales, human resources, or management. This program will help you enter your next college or university as a junior.

A.S. Business Administration

A.A.S. Business Administration

Take courses in accounting, business law, economics, and marketing while preparing for immediate workforce placement. The A.A.S. degree is best for individuals aiming to enhance an existing business career or obtain entry-level employment in sales, insurance, or human resources.

A.A.S. Business Administration