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Business management and administrative skills could be utilized in anything from start-up companies to established multi-national corporations, where demand is often strong for employees with general business management credentials as well as those with expertise in specialized business disciplines.
Degrees range from the Business Administration and Management Associate level to Masters in Business Administration (MBA). A variety of concentrations are available, such as sales and marketing, finance, human resources, retail management, information technology and e-commerce online degrees. Programs typically include courses in economics, marketing, communications, human resources, project management, organizational behavior and business ethics. Many non-degree certificates are also available in fields such as Executive Coaching, Financial Planning and Web Development.
At any level, your business degree may be appealing to employers who need professionals to effectively manage people, facilities and capital for greater productivity and competitiveness.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program prepares the student to use analytical skills in evaluating cultural issues.