Business Administration Associate Degree Program

Business Administration Associate Degree Program

Are you bursting with great ideas for your company?

How many times have you thought, “I could turn my workplace around if I were in charge”? If you wish to secure a position as a business administrator, or you're a manager looking to refine your skills, our associate program might be the extra boost you need.

Top ten reasons to earn an Associate Degree in Business Administration:

1.      Online courses.
         Our business administration program is online-exclusive, which means you can learn at home
         on your own schedule. 

2.      Fast-paced program.
         Our associate degree only takes seven months to earn!

3.      Learn new digital communication strategies.
         Gain insight into utilizing social media in a professional setting.

4.      Develop your marketing strategies.
         Marketing is one of the main focuses of our program, as it is directly seen by your company's
         consumers. Mastering this important business tenet is crucial to success.

5.      High demand for administrative services managers.
         The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the number of these positions will increase ten percent
         between 2016 and 2026. *

6.      Develop your organizational skills.
         By learning how to organize more effectively, you'll be able to achieve more and help your company
         succeed. 

7.      Become your own boss.
         The information you'll gain through our program can be invaluable if you decide to start your own
         business.

8.      Create a better work environment.
         By becoming a more effective manager, you'll reduce stress within the company and make it a better
         workplace. If employees are content, your company's productivity will likely increase. 

9.      Become adept at accounting.
         Help your business manage debt and become more profitable by increasing your financial awareness.

10.    Useful for many different occupations.
         Skills such as human resource management, accounting, managing payroll and training new employees
         are needed in virtually every company. Become an invaluable asset to your workplace by enrolling in
         our program today!

References:

1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States Department of Labor.  (2017, October 24).  Occupational Outlook Handbook.  Administrative Services Managers.  Retrieved from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/administrative-services-managers.htm

Program length – 7 months

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Online program

This program includes courses in marketing, accounting, organizational strategies, and strategic negotiations. General education courses in history, math, ethics and psychology provide the necessary curriculum to complete the associate degree. This program also offers a course in digital communication strategies, providing students with an opportunity to explore current social media and its use in a professional setting.

Business administrators work in a variety of companies and industries helping run business operations including, human resource management, accounting, managing payroll, and training and developing new employees. Managers with good decision-making, organizational and communication skills will always be in demand.

Demand for administrative services managers and general managers is expected to grow 5-8% through 2024 with 688,800 new general manager positions.1

1U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-2017 Edition, Administrative services manager, General manager, retrieved 4/26/16

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