Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration
In this rapidly changing global economy that we live in, opportunities continue to arise for those individuals with solid business administration knowledge and skills. A bachelor's degree in Business Administration can help students to gain those abilities. SBBCollege’s Business Administration degree program was developed to provide businesses with graduates who possess the competencies that they are looking for. Students will be prepared to meet the challenges of the global marketplace across a wide variety of industries and have a Business Administration degree from one of the oldest and most established colleges in the US.
SBBCollege’s Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration will prepare students for their future career with training in a variety of business essentials; accounting, finance, management, marketing, human resources and more. They will graduate with the job knowledge and analytical and interpersonal skills necessary for their own entry-level business career. They will study financial and managerial accounting, professional resource development, finance, computer concepts, accounting software, and more.
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