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Business Administration Degree (AAS)

Earn Your Business Degree in Michigan

An Associate Degree in Business Administration can help prepare you for employment in today’s office setting. Business professionals are responsible for human resource management, accounting, managing payroll, and training and developing new employees. Gaining an AAS Degree in Business Administration is a great way to advance into numerous, exciting professions and to explore various careers.

If you like to work with computer software, communicate well with others and can see yourself employed in an office environment, then business administration may be the right fit for you. You will learn the fundamentals of business software, including Microsoft Office and Quickbooks, project management and professional communication. 

You will learn the functions of the modern office setting, how to manage projects and teams of people, and essential human resource practices.

Potential Microsoft certifications* include:

  •  Access
  •  Outlook
  •  PowerPoint
  •  Word
  •  Excel

Students who complete the 15 month** Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration Degree are prepared for employment in such positions as:

  • Executive Assistant 
  • Accounting Assistant
  • Human Resources Assistant Manager
  • Bookkeeper
  • Sales Associate

To earn your Associate Degree in Business Administration, contact Career Quest Learning Centers today.

*Certifications are subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of Career Quest.

**To qualify, applicants must meet the requirements listed in the Career Quest Catalog.

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