The business world welcomes people with good people skills and the right training. If you are looking for practical, real-world business education in a supportive learning environment, the Business Administration associate’s degree program from Virginia College may be the right place for you.
In the Business Administration associate’s degree program, you will:
Students must have successfully completed the Business Administration diploma program from the same campus, or transfer into the program with the equivalent approved content from an approved Business Administration diploma program to receive block transfer credit.
I worked full-time, so I just didn’t have the ability to go to a brick and mortar college. I think people think if you’re not there face-to-face you won’t have access to your instructors, but I did. I could shoot them a question on my lunch break and usually by the time I got home I would have an answer. I’m a really big fan of the online format.
Virginia College’s business administration courses are as close as your computer and can help prepare you with skills that employers value. Some of your coursework includes topics such as these:
Plus, in-depth computer courses will help prepare you for the technical aspects of working in business. Professionalism is an important part of the curriculum, too; you will learn the importance of punctuality, dress code, professional etiquette and other skill sets necessary to be an effective professional.
Competition for jobs in the world of business is keen, but the career-focused, practical training and support from Virginia College can help you succeed. At Virginia College, you’re not just another face in the crowd. We are invested in the success of each student and provide a personalized approach to learning.
As graduation approaches, our Career Development department can help you hone your job search skills. They can review your resume, assist in interview techniques, help you research the job market and even generate job leads. This team maintains job-placement relationships with local business employers as well as national Corporate Partners.
I’m a veteran and it’s been 30 years since I’ve been in school. The teachers here are great and the class sizes are really small. You get one-on-one attention from the teachers, where you wouldn’t in a big university. They know your name.
With your associate’s degree, you will be able to seek employment in entry-level management and administrative roles, including:
Take the next step toward a better future. Learn more about the Business Administration associate’s degree by completing the Request More Information form today!
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