The Business Administration Associate Degree provides students with a broad overview of business fundamentals with an emphasis on ethical leadership.
CCU's Business Administration Associate Degree is a two-year degree program that combines business-related coursework with a faith-based liberal arts education. The degree in business administration provides an overview of the functional areas
of business that are common to all organizations, including accounting, finance, management, marketing, and computer information systems. Business administration courses emphasize ethical leadership and strong values as part of every course.
In the business administration degree program, you will learn how to use accounting information to support decision making, and how various economic systems impact businesses in a global economy. In your business administration classes, you will
also study marketing concepts including product, price, promotion and distribution, and how to use statistical analysis to make more effective decisions.
Classes are typically completed in 5-week blocks.
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The 60-hour major in business administration can be completed in less than two years, even without any prior coursework. However, you can complete your study in business administration faster if you already have college, military or technical credits. You may transfer up to 45 prior credit hours toward your degree at CCU.
The Business Administration Associate Degree prepares you for beginning a career in several aspects of business. Job opportunities could include office manager, retail manager, event planner, administrative assistant, and project assistant.
In addition, the associate degree provides a foundation for further career advancement if you continue on to complete your bachelor's degree in a related field. All 60 credit hours of courses in business administration from your CCU Business Administration associate degree may be applied to our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
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