Business majors were projected to be the most sought-after graduates for the Class of 2016.*

 
What job(s) can I get with a business degree?

Knowledge gained from a business degree or course can lead to a promising career in fields such as accounting, finance, marketing, human resources, operations, management and even entrepreneurship where the sky’s the limit.

There is an increasing need for business graduates in government, international commerce, healthcare, arts and nonprofit organizations. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that wages for many business-related occupations were higher than those for all workers.

What programs or courses are available? 
Business Program Options Location Credit Hours
Accounting Online*, On-site 61-62
Business Administration Online*, On-site 60
Health Services Management Online*, On-site 60-62
Management Online*, On-site 60-61
Marketing Online*, On-site 61-63
Office Management Online*, On-site 61-63
Organizational Leadership Online*, On-site 61-63

Launching your career right away? Get started with as little as 9 credit hours with our business certificate programs offered at one of our locations.

Certificates & Non-Degree Courses LOCATION CREDIT HOURS
Accounting Online*, On-site 31
Accounting with Quickbooks Online*, On-site 16
Certified Bookkeeper Online*, On-site 13
Entrepreneur On-site 12
Inventory Management On-site Non-Credit Course
Management  Online*, On-site 30
Marketing Online*, On-site 30
Medical Billing Specialist On-site Non-Credit Course
New Supervisor Training On-site Non-Credit Course
Is a business degree right for me?

As one of the most popular majors, you can expect to learn communication, team-work, critical thinking, problem-solving and leadership skills that will all prepare you for interaction in a company setting.

We offer options that are highly specialized, others more interdisciplinary, and some more academic that focus primarily on practical professional development. In addition, both on-site and online schedules are available.

Consider business if you are looking for a broad background to utilize in many different industries and roles.

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*National Association of Colleges and Employers