Business administration includes all aspects of leading people and managing resources. Within a business, administration spans all operational functions including accounting, finance, marketing, management, human resources, law, etc. Business administrations seeks to accomplish the organizational goals and objectives through the efficient and effective utilization of all resources.
Business Administration Degrees offered:
Business Management - Generalist (BGAAS) - provides practical application of business principles to a variety of career paths
Business Transfer (BSTAA) - a program for those seeking entry-level positions and/or a transfer to a four-year institution
MCC Business administration courses will teach You to:
Prepare a business report that effectively communicates to a target audience.
Identify ethical dilemmas in business situations.
Recommend ethical courses of action in business.
Apply core concepts of the foundational business disciplines: accounting, business law, economics, finance, marketing, and management.
Design a career development plan. (BGAAS)
Explain major issues in a global business environment. (BSTAA)
Career choices for those with business degrees include management, marketing, human resources, and planning and analysis. Graduates can select from small to mid-size companies or large corporate organizations. Some may elect to work for business entities that focus on local or regional markets while others may choose firms that serve a global customer base.
Employment opportunities in business are projected to grow at a rate faster than the average for all occupations, adding more than one-half million new jobs over the next ten years. Globalization and a growing economy are expected to lead demand for a number of business corporations.
Director MCC Business Administration Programs
Ed.D., M.B..A., B.S.
MCC Director of Business Administration & Management Programs
WORKPLACE SKILLS/BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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Metropolitan Community College Business and Accounting degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.