Today’s global economy is fast-paced and multi-faceted. Communication barriers are being broken down, and we’re saying “so long” to workplace silos. From managing human resources and crunching numbers to implementing new policies and procedures, the role of a business administrator is becoming more and more crucial to a company’s or organization’s success.
A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from South College’s Nashville Learning Site is designed to not only help you develop advanced leadership skills to gain a foothold in your career, but also to equip you with skills necessary to thrive.
A business administrator can serve in many different roles. Managing offices, assisting in a company’s strategic direction and growth, optimizing workplace protocol and procedures, streamlining shipping and receiving workflows and helping uphold the company’s bottom line are all areas that demand a good administrator. In fact, many business administrators go on to serve in corporate leadership positions, like chief executive officers (CEO) and chief operating officers (COO).
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, administrative service manager demand is expected to grow 8 percent between 2014 and 2024. That’s a healthy rate, as the national average for all occupations is about 7 percent.
At South College, our bachelor of business administration program is led by industry experts. They’re seasoned professionals with a deep understanding of the modern global economy. Students begin with classes focused on traditional liberal arts, such as communication, mathematics and social sciences, before building on those bases with classes centered on finance, economics and marketing. Diving deeper, students experience a well-rounded curriculum that explores everything from managerial accounting and business ethics to corporate finance and organizational behavior.
Gain the skills necessary for entry-level business management at South College. We’re proud to offer the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program at our Nashville and Knoxville Learning Sites, and we’d love to discuss your career goals. Reach out to us today!