You’ll learn to be motivated, organized and competent at handling any challenge. You’ll study how to analyze organizations, identify managerial problems, evaluate management environments and create marketing opportunities. Additional areas of study include basic business classes in principles of managing, business law, human relations, marketing, business math, and principles of finance.
The degrees offer concentrations in accounting, business administration and office technologies, allowing you to take specific courses in your area of interest. Upon completion, you’ll be ready for a wide range of positions, including working as an office manager, a manager in sales or retail, project assistant, or business associate.
Administrative assistants earn a median salary of $34,910, and administrative services managers earn a median salary of $89,496. The demand for administrative jobs is predicted to grow 9 percent from 2020 to 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
*Fully online option available. See program map for course outline.