What can you do with a business degree?
You will develop a wide range of skills based on your interests. From accounting and administrative assistant to finance and business administration, the possibilities are endless.
On top of that, there are numerous other reasons to consider a business degree—regardless
of your future career aspirations. You will learn transferrable skills, enjoy high
earnings potential, broaden your horizons, gain a global perspective, combine your
passions, balance practice and theory, continue your education, enjoy high demand,
improve communication skills, challenge yourself, and become your own boss.
Business is a growing field and career opportunities are vast and diverse. Our Associate
of Applied Science Degree in Business offers areas of emphasis in accounting, administrative
assistant, agribusiness, business administration, entrepreneurship, logistics, and
medical administrative assistant.
During the final semester, students will experience practical on-the-job training to practice, reinforce and review program competencies. All required courses of the program must be completed, including a minimum of 15 semester hours of general education courses.
The job outlook for business professionals is generally pretty good. As the economy diversifies and market globalization continues to change how people do business, the demand for business professionals has expanded.
- Business Administration
- Events Management
- Logistics/Materials Management
- Nonprofit Management
- Sports & Recreation Management
Students planning to continue their education toward a bachelor’s degree at a transfer institution should enroll in the Academic Transfer Program.
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