Associate's Degree in Business Administration
Associate's Degree in Business Administration - Ventura Campus
Here at Santa Barbara Business College, the aim of our California Business Administration program is to train quality, career-ready graduates to fill open positions in the field of business. With that in mind, our professional instructors teach interpersonal and business communications, accounting software, and general office software applications to our students. This program also includes business administrative classes with a strong focus on business accounting.
Ventura's extensive Business Administration curriculum
Our Business Administration degree program in Ventura prepares students for careers in a variety of different companies. Through the use of integrated software and intensive instruction from our professional instructors, students are provided with a solid background in business principles that are vital in offices.
The Ventura business administration degree curriculum includes courses in:
- Payroll Accounting
- Financial Accounting
- Professional Resource Development
- Consumer Behavior and Economics
Business administrative career paths
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By graduation, students should have a full range of skills to apply to their future careers. This allows them to begin their careers with confidence in their job knowledge. Our graduates are prepared for entry-level positions as bookkeepers, accounting clerks and management trainees. At SBBCollege – Ventura, we strive to make sure our California Business Administration degree students have the training they need to succeed!
So, if you've been considering a California business administration school, learn more about SBBCollege! Contact us now for more information about our Ventura Business Administration associate's degree.
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