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Business Administration & Leadership

The Business Administration and Leadership concentration emphasizes the proven techniques and practices of contemporary management science. Both the coursework and the classroom experience focus on the development of the technical, human relations, analytical, ethical, legal, decision making, and interpersonal skills necessary for success in today’s dynamic and challenging workplace.


This Associate of Applied Business program will allow graduates to build a foundation in the basics of business law, marketing, finance and accounting procedures.  Students will also learn the proven techniques and practices of contemporary human resources management.  The coursework and classroom experience focus on developing the following:


  • Technical skills
  • Human relations expertise
  • Analytical abilities
  • Ethical character
  • Legal knowledge
  • Sharper decision-making
  • Interpersonal skills 

Career Possibilities

Studies concentrate on the basics of business procedures and efficient management of the business enterprise, as well as organizational skills and the ability to solve business problems. In the workplace, business managers must demonstrate confidence, well-placed determination, good judgment, innovation, motivation, and the ability to make good decisions. Managers are required to organize and coordinate work efficiently while establishing and maintaining positive relations with other workers.


Program Outcomes

1. Demonstrate personal professionalism and a practical understanding of ethical, socially responsible business practices.


2. Apply proven human relations, supervisory and contemporary management science techniques.


3. Demonstrate proficiency in planning, scheduling, organizing, and critical thinking skills.


4. Analyze and resolve business case problems by employing accounting, economics, marketing, and problem-solving skills.

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