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Are you a problem-solver who can motivate co-workers and identify solutions on the job?

Today’s workplace demands a solid foundation both in technical skills and in business operations. With specific business specialties, you'll have a winning formula for advancing your career. You can also sharpen skills for starting your own business.

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In the Business Administration program, topics include:

  • accounting
  • marketing
  • economics
  • human resources
  • business-related technology
  • teamwork
  • leadership
  • motivating people
  • communicating effectively

Why is This a Good Career Bet? 

Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas's targeted occupations lists eight separate business positions as high-growth areas this year. Projections include 3,680 positions in administrative services at an average of $43.74 per hour, 10,020 positions for business operations specialists at $37.87 per hour; and 37,380 positions as customer support specialists at $16.34 per hour. 

America's Career Infonet projects job growth increase of 20 percent for business operations specialists and 21 percent for supervisors of administrative support workers. High job increase is defined as annual growth over 10 percent. 

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Degrees and Certificates in Business Administration

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