Are you considering pursuing a degree in Business Administration but not sure what job and career possibilities are available post-graduation? The opportunities are endless as this degree prepares you to work for a variety of industries and positions. Because South College’s curriculum emphasizes accounting/financial issues, marketing, economics, management principles and other administrations tactics, students are equipped to succeed in multiple professions.
Here are just a handful of the occupations you can have with a Business Administration degree.
Skilled managerial positions are needed in an array of industries. Whether you earn an associate’s, bachelor’s or master degree, there are a number of organizations seeking entry-level and senior-executive level leaders.
After learning the basic business fundamentals, some people choose to become entrepreneurs and create their own businesses. South College focuses on communication, policy implementation and organization, marketing research, product development, economic principles and other important management theories to help students gain the skills to design, launch and manage a business of their own.
Many colleges offer Business Administration degrees with industry specific concentrations. For example, South College offers an Associate of Science in Business Administration with a Concentration in Professional Brewing Science. Concentrations allow you to supplement classwork with applicable experience in an industry of interest.
Marketing Research Analyst
Not all managerial roles will have “Manager” or “Executive” in the title. Many companies are looking for prospective employees with managerial skills and abilities. A Marketing Research Analyst is a perfect example of how understanding products, services, target audiences and financial issues can apply to other non-traditional administrative positions.
These are only a few examples of what you can do with a Business Administration degree. For more information or to apply, please contact the Admissions Department today!