Business Management Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Since 1977, Keiser University has provided quality student-centered, career-focused education. Keiser University Online offers degree programs online to prepare students for in-demand professions. Degrees are offered with a curriculum that is in pace with technology and workforce demand trends in business, criminal justice, health care, information technology and more. Our “one-class-at-a-time” approach allows busy students to focus on their education and balance the demands of work and family.

Programs:
  • Business Administration, BA - Management
  • Master of Business Administration, MBA - Leadership

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You can prepare for a new career with help from Charter College. Our accelerated Associates Degree, and Certificate programs are designed to help you complete your education as quickly as possible. We offer year-round classes and flexible scheduling - study anytime from anywhere. We provide students not only with the technical skills necessary for success, but also job search and placement assistance so you can find new opportunities after graduation.

Locations:  Yakima, WA

Programs:
  • Certificate - Business Office Administration

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Why Brightwood?

Real-World Training

We keep education relevant by employing instructors with real-world experience in the field, who bring their career backgrounds to the classroom. Our programs are continually assessed by faculty, staff and members of the business and education communities to help ensure your studies align with your career goals. Programs offered by Brightwood College focus on local employment needs, in areas such as allied health, nursing and technical and professional programs.

Locations:  Laredo, TX

Programs:
  • Business Administration

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Business managers are responsible for the successful operations of a business unit, or for the entire enterprise. Their duties may include management of telecommunications, human resources, IT and records, facilities, sales, marketing, or accounting. They serve in corporate, government, or non-profit organizations and may be responsible for recruiting and developing a staff of productive employees.

How to Prepare for a Career in Business Management

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that employers are looking for managers who are decisive, detail-oriented, analytical, and hold solid leadership and communication skills. Often, managers begin at entry or mid-level positions within a business organization, earning experience in their chosen field of finance, IT, operations, health care, sales, marketing, or human resources.

Business Management Education requirements

You can prepare for business management roles by completing an undergraduate degree in business management or business administration. Today's job candidates increasingly return to college or university Business Management School to earn their MBA degree to remain competitive in the career marketplace. Some managers pursue professional certifications or attend seminars held by business management programs.

Business Management Salaries and Job Outlook

Salaries for managers vary by role, experience, and depth of business management training. The median annual income for managers in 2008 was $73,520, with top-earners taking home $129,770. Earnings can be higher for those who complete an MBA degree and hold extensive management experience. The BLS projects an increase by 12 percent in the total number of jobs created for business managers during the 2008-to-2018 decade. Applicants for top jobs will face keen competition, while opportunities for middle-management roles will be better for candidates who can manage a wide range of professional responsibilities.