Online business administration programs are probably the most popular programs amongst students. This page is to help you find out more about these programs, where you can take them, what employers expect, certification, and what you can earn after graduation.
Business administration is an administrative or management role concerned with the organization and smooth running of a company. All organizations needs people to fill this role, so there are many opportunities for people with qualifications in this field and the salaries are good. Hence, the programs that qualify people in this area are very popular.
Many students take an online MBA (Masters in Business Administration), which they can complete whilst still in employment. Graduates of MBAs do get better jobs and considerably higher salaries. Online doctoral (DBA) programs are also becoming popular now. For students who are entrepreneurial or interested in starting their own business, taking an MBA or other masters program is important for learning the marketing, financial and management skills that are necessary for success.
Many schools offer diplomas, associates, bachelors, masters and doctoral programs in business administration and closely related fields. Here are a select few:
Most online Business Administration programs include: accounting, microeconomics, strategic management, organizational management, corporate finance and business ethics.
Some programs allow specialization in various majors. For example, DeVry University has a bachelors degree in business administration with majors including: Accounting; Business Information Systems; Project Management; and, Technical Communication. Similar specializations can be taken in masters (MBA) and doctoral (DBA) programs at University of Phoenix.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, entry-level positions for those with an Associate or Bachelor degree have an average salary of $38,000. Those who have an MBA can expect to earn over $50,000.
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