The Northwestern College online associate in Business Administration degree program provides you with a solid foundation on which to build your future career in business, whether you want to work in finance, human resource management, or even become an entrepreneur. The office management skills you learn could give you an edge with employers and clients. Our modern curriculum with three specializations will prepare you to help businesses grow.
Why is Earning an Associate Degree in Business Administration the Right Move?
Our business administration degree is designed to teach you the fundamentals necessary to succeed in this vast field, including:
- How to apply economic principles to make sound business decisions
- The basics of contractual law
- Management theories from the standpoint of organizational and individual effectiveness
- Various methods of financing a business
- The principles of marketing, selling, and public relations within different types of business organizations
An associate degree in business administration will put you on sound footing for a successful career in business down the road, no matter where your path takes you.
Choose From Three Specializations
We offer our online business administration degree with three specializations, so you customize your studies to your career goals. Specializations include:
- Business Administration Degree - General Emphasis Learn fundamentals of accounting, payroll, customer service, and ethics, as well as success strategies and resource management.
- Business Administration Degree - Human Resources Emphasis Help qualified candidates achieve their career goals by studying training and development, employment law, and compensation and benefits management.
- Business Administration Degree - Marketing Emphasis Learn to adapt to competitors' strategies and identify and exploit emerging trends in the marketplace.
Find out more about our online degree in Business Administration. Request more information or call us at (866) 491-2195 to speak to one of our admissions representatives.
* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Career Guide to Industries, 2010-11 Edition, accessed 3/22/2010 [http://www.bls.gov/oco/cg/].