Small Business Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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Earn a degree at Central Penn College and achieve your career goals. Choose from bachelor and associate degree programs in criminal justice, business, and technology.

Locations:  Summerdale, PA

Programs:
  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business
  • Financial Analysis
  • Management
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100% Online & No Standardized Testing

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Programs:
  • DBA in Leadership
  • MBA - Leadership
  • BS in Business Admin: Leadership
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Take the fast track to your future at Elmira Business Institute!

Learn how you can get the training you need to begin a rewarding career in a field of high-demand. Complete and submit the form and one of our Admissions Representatives will be in touch soon to tell you more.

Locations:  Vestal, NY

Programs:
  • Associate-Business Administration with Small Business Management

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Small Business Degrees and Programs

According to the Small Business Administration, nearly two-thirds of American workers are employed by small businesses. With small business comprising the backbone of the economy, there is little doubt that new opportunities will abound for entrepreneurs and small business managers.

How Small Business Training Can Help You

For those looking to work for small businesses, there are no hard and fast rules regarding training and education. Some with the entrepreneurial spirit start a business out of high school with no formal training. Although a small business can be run successfully without a small business degree, having the right training can improve your chances of success.Many universities and colleges offer associates, bachelors, and master's degree programs in small business management. This training can teach you business skills such as:
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Inventory Management
  • Employee Hiring and Oversight
  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • Computer Applications

The Future of Small Business Management

During the recent recession, many laid-off workers have turned into entrepreneurs. Since small businesses are diverse and each company has distinct job responsibilities for its management team, compensation packages vary. However, it is not unusual for a small business manager to be paid $80,000 or more annually. Small business management opportunities can be found throughout the nation in cities large and small, as well as in rural areas. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that service manager positions should grow by 12 percent in coming years.