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Business Administration, B.S.

A Well-Rounded Business Education Journey

With a Business Administration degree, you can become a/an:

An accountant is responsible for keeping and interpreting financial records. Most accountants are responsible for a wide range of finance-related tasks, either for individual clients or larger businesses/organizations employing them.

Business analysts work with end users to help develop apps and information systems to solve business problems and improve the efficiency or productivity of firms.

A business data analyst understands and communicates trends in business based on the massive amounts of data collected by firms.

A business developer builds business relationships with prospective customers. The developer's goal is to grow the company by qualifying sales leads and expanding the business' reach into new markets.

Entrepreneur concentration majors may work within a company to help it be more innovative or start their own businesses.
Financial analysts work in many areas of a firm, from planning, to real estate to fin-tech applications.

Human resources managers plan, coordinate, and direct the administrative functions of an organization. They oversee the recruiting, interviewing and hiring of new staff.

Management and Leadership concentration students may work within a firm to help manage the day to day operations of an organization.

Market research analysts gather and analyze data on consumers and competitors. Market research analysts study market conditions to examine potential sales of a product or service.

Sales managers hire and motivate high-performing sales teams, and lead them to generate leads, hit or exceed revenue forecasts, and meet customer needs.

Supply chain analysts work to keep the operations of a firm working smoothly, including inventories and logistical considerations

Business Administration, B.S. Program Overview