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Interested in business, but not sure which area to pursue? Then the Business Administration Management associate’s degree program¹ may be right for you by laying the groundwork of business practices and professional skills.
By taking courses in economics, accounting, sales and contract law, human resource management, organizational management and leadership, marketing and principles of management, you will gain a broad view of business fundamentals. The business administration management associate’s degree program will give you the opportunity to test the waters of the business field before choosing your next education or career path. You’ll also gain a sense for which industries hold the most promise, and which areas of specialization (such as finance, product development, or marketing) may interest you most.
After completing this program, you can choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree program or join the workforce in positions for which there is a need for foundational business skills.
See also our Business Administration–Management bachelor’s degree.
Throughout the curriculum, your program will focus on critical thinking and technology skills; those skills that are key to the success of an accounting professional.
American National University promotes a progressive learning format, so as earn your associate’s degree you can immediately use your training to advance your career as you continue your education in high-demand fields at the bachelor’s degree level – areas such as Business Administration–Accounting or Management and Health Care Management.
See also our Business Administration–Accounting bachelor’s degree.
1 While widely available, not all courses are available at all class times or offered every term. Check with a University Student Services representative.
¹While widely available, not all courses are available at all class times or offered every term. Check with a University Student Services representative.
²Refresher training is tuition-free for qualified students. Additional costs such as lab fees, books and supplies are the responsibilities of the student. Retraining is limited to the program from which the student graduated and is subject to space available.