Do you want to move forward in a business careerâ€”or move toward a bachelorâ€™s degree? Get started on your goals with an Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) in Business Administration from Broadview University. Designed with input from local employers, this program will prepare you for work in areas, such as management, marketing or administrative positions. Broadviewâ€™s accreditation by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) means your degree will have value in the real world.
Through Broadview Universityâ€™s CareerPath initiative, youâ€™ll save up to 25% on tuition! This innovative initiative also features six-week sessions so you can attend full-time while focusing on fewer subjects at once. By taking classes full-time, year-round, you can earn your A.A.S. in Business Administration in as little as 18 months.
This associate degree program will give you the skills and knowledge you need for management, marketing and administrative positions. Youâ€™ll also benefit from the deep connections to the community that Broadview has built over more than 40 years.Â Our graduates* have gone on to work at businesses, such as:
(*July 1, 2012 â€“ June 30, 2015)
Youâ€™ll learn from talented faculty who bring their business experience to the classroom. With Broadviewâ€™s focus on applied learning, you can put what youâ€™re learning to work in the real world. In addition to a foundation in business, youâ€™ll gain analytical and communication skills as well as a global perspective of diverse cultures through general education studies in:
This course focuses on customer service strategies that lead to a competitive advantage for the business organization. Students study the interrelationships of customer service and other facets of a successful business.
The course introduces legal issues affecting businesses, including classifications of laws, contracts, sales transactions, negotiable instruments, employment law and landlordtenant law.
This course introduces small business management in the real world. Topics include writing business plans, financial report analysis, business acquisition, government regulations and legal issues affecting small businesses, site selection, and assessing future prospects of a business. There is a major focus on entrepreneurial activities and the traits of entrepreneurs. Students integrate their work and life experiences with case studies, class projects and discussion as they investigate problems and opportunities involved in operation of small businesses.