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Richland College Business Administration program offers a broad array of business-related courses that will give you an expansive view of the internal operations of any organization.
The Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Business Administration prepares students for success in today’s ever-changing, competitive global environment. The program is ideal for students who would like a general, yet comprehensive perspective about the many different aspects of business.
Whether you are a student who wants to earn an Associate’s degree that will give you a competitive edge in the workplace today, or you desire to get ahead by learning many of the various aspects of business operations before transferring to a university, this program is ideal for you.
Benefits You Can Take to the Bank!
When you graduate, there's a good chance you will work for a business. That's where the largest number of employment opportunities are - especially the better-paying ones. While salaries for people employed by business firms vary significantly, depending on the industry, years of work experience, level of education, and other factors, many of our graduates experience tremendous opportunities for growth, advancement, and higher income.
It all starts with taking business courses that can lead to an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Business Administration. After completing coursework, you will be prepared to become a better employee, own your own business, or transfer to a four-year college or university and earn a bachelor's degree.
Our program offers several unique advantages that make Richland's Business Administration program the right choice when compared to other colleges and career schools. Here's why
Business Administration, School of Business
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