Professionals working in business administration support a variety of industries. With a solid foundation in business administration, students can pursue a multitude of educational and career opportunities.
Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration graduates qualify for basic management and administrative roles in private, public, and non-profit organizations.
Our Business Administration faculty are experienced managers, administrators, and entrepreneurs, all of whom are eager to partner with you in achieving your career goals. Small class sizes ensure one-on-one time with these committed professionals. We offer personalized instruction in a supportive learning environment.
Employee evaluation and compensation options
Employee motivation strategies
Approaches to quality control
How to create and analyze financial statements
Macro and micro economic principles and how they affect business
Market analysis approaches
How to price and market products
How to use computers to automate business
How to evaluate rates of return on investment and profitability
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration consists of 63 credits, and the Associate of Science transfer degree in Business Administration consists of 62 credits. Depending on how many credits taken per semester, they can be completed in two years. These programs are available fully online and full-time students typically complete each program in four semesters.
The Certificate of Completion in Business Administration consists of 31 credits and can be completed in two or three semesters.
Bachelor's and Master's who have earned a degree in Business Administration can find ample employment opportunities as management trainees or managers in the sales or retail industry. Others work as project assistants, office managers, accounting and marketing professionals, and technology-oriented support specialists. Still others use the well-rounded education they receive at CCC to jumpstart their bachelor and/or master degree goals.
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For more information about CCC's Business Administration program, please contact:
Division Chair of Business Administration, Behavioral Science and Education
Business Administration II Instructor and Faculty Division Chair