Business Administration Associate Degree
As the business world grows and transforms, more and more modern office professionals with comprehensive business career training are needed. Set yourself apart in the job market by earning a business administration associate degree. This level of career training will show employers that you can:
- Reason logically
- Execute sound judgment
- Display inclusive business and computer knowledge
- Communicate in a professional, effective manner
To prepare you for career success, Ohio Business College’s associate degree in business administration employs hands-on, real-world training and curriculum. Because business management and organizational expertise are some of the most important aspects of the total development and operation of any business, we’ve developed a well-rounded program that executes core curriculum in the following areas:
- Business administration
- Human resource management
- Computer applications
If you’re ready to advance your business career, fill out the form at the top of this page to get in contact with an OBC representative today.
To learn more about OBC’s business administration associate degree program, visit our business administration FAQ page.
Ohio Business College’s Business Administration classes start on September 25, 2017.
Careers for business administration majors are seemingly endless. Graduates of OBC’s business administration program are prepared for successful futures with an array of opportunities. From business positions in well-established companies to owners of their own entrepreneurial endeavors, OBC graduates can apply their educational preparation to many areas of business, including entry-level positions in:
- Human Resource Management
- Business Ownership
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for administrative services managers is projected to grow by 8% through 2024. Those who are trained and qualified to manage through an array of responsibilities will have better prospects than those who specialize in certain functions. OBC’s training program in business administration provides students the opportunity to learn and apply this wide range of responsibilities.