Good News for U.S. Jobs
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook produced by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in business and financial operations occupations is projected to grow by 17 percent through 2020. Some of these positions will make up for jobs lost during the recession, say officials with the U.S. Bureau of Labor. Plus, increased financial regulations and a need to control costs will drive other jobs.
Our bachelor’s degree completion program in business administration offers a broad range of business skills. That’s good news because, according to the Occupational Handbook, business graduates who can manage a wide range of responsibilities will fare better than those who specialize.
Get the Skill Set You Need
The bachelor’s completion program in business administration will provide you with a core business skill set that that you can take into virtually any industry. The skills you cultivate as a manager, leader, critical thinker, decision-maker, and problem solver will work in a range of work settings—from a small entrepreneurial operation to a multinational corporation.
What you learn about business knowledge, ethics, communication skills, teamwork, and the integration of business principles in all facets of our program will support your career advancement.
Grad School or Job Market?
Of course, you may see the degree entry to a master’s degree in business administration (MBA). Whether you head to grad school or further up your career ladder, the accreditation of Miller College of Business by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), which is the gold standard in business school accreditation, will be immediately recognizable to prospective graduate schools or prospective employers.
Get Career Help Here
Online students can also take advantage of the many services at Ball State’s Career Center.
Whether you need assistance exploring career options, doing a job search, or preparing for grad school, the Career Center is a benefit in your Ball State experience.
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