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Business Administration A.S. Degree

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  • Preparing you for business administration

    AS iconTo succeed in business, you need excellent communication and organizational skills. Our program gets you comfortable with making decisions and taking responsibility in your business career. As part of the A.S. in Business Administration, you can choose from subplans in Management, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Insurance Services, International Business and Marketing.

  • Grow your business and credentials

    In addition to the business certificates listed below, SPC offers a track in Insurance Services in our Business Administration A.S. degree.

    Our business certificates give you specific skills and are part of our Associate in Science degrees, which can help you earn more money.

    These subplans include a certificate:

    Our A.S. business degrees transfer to our bachelor’s degrees.

  • What you will learn

    Our business administration courses teach you to:

    • Prepare and use financial information to support decision making
    • Manage business information with appropriate software
    • Effectively communicate as a professional
    • Understand legal and ethical issues in business
    • Develop human resources, strategic and organizational skills
    • Identify and demonstrate management activities.
  • Business administration careers

    Our business administration programs prepare you to work as:

    • Administrative Specialist
    • Customer Service Supervisor
    • Administrative Services Manager
    • Credit Manager
    • Sales Representative
    • Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable Professional
    • Assistant to Store Manager
  • Notice to Out-of-State Online Students

    ImportantDue to state authorization requirements for distance learning that are particular to each state, students who reside in Massachusetts, Minnesota and Nevada cannot enroll in online classes at St. Petersburg College as long as they are residents of those states.

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