Business Administration Degree FAQ
What can you do with a business administration associate degree?
Students who pursue Ohio Business College’s business administration associate degree program find that they can direct the course of their future. As the business world continues to grow more diverse and fast-paced, highly-skilled business professionals who are committed to success are needed to drive innovation and business forward. With a degree in business administration, you can acquire the management and organization expertise to become a well-rounded, in-demand professional.
What kind of education and training do I need to become a business administrator?
Ohio Business College offers a diverse program of studies to ensure that our students are prepared to enter into the complex field of business administration. All students take many basic courses such as various language arts, math, and computer skills courses. The culminating courses of the Business Administration Degree provide the necessary management skills to administer the daily functions of company or small organization. Students receive training in a variety of accounting courses, economics, human resource management, introduction to business, marketing, small business administration, and business law. The business administration program includes a one hundred hours externship, providing students experience at an actual business.
What is the outlook for a career in business administration?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for administrative services managers is projected to grow by 12% by 2018. Those who are qualified to manage through a wide range of responsibilities will have better prospects than those who specialize in certain functions. OBC’s comprehensive, real-world training program in business administration provides students the opportunity to learn and apply a wide range of responsibilities to their current and future occupation and position.