Accounting

Be Competitive in the Workplace

Students enrolled in the Business Administration Accounting concentration will learn how to prepare internal reports related to the management and decision-making processes of a firm. This business degree prepares students for a large variety of jobs. A business degree is often viewed as a vocational or job-focused degree, because it provides learners with the practical skills and knowledge most desired in the workplace. Through courses in management, general business, liberal arts, science, accounting, and marketing, students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to be competitive in the workplace.
 

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"I have gone from a lost young adult with no goals and no identity, to a student with a high GPA, an associate’s degree in business that I was able to complete in one year, and an acceptance to the University of Massachusetts."

Yasmine Kanaan, 2015, Business Administration

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