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Business Administration: Management



Strong leadership. It’s the hallmark of every successful business—regardless of industry. It requires the ability to meet business problems head-on and adapt to business and technology trends. Managers make decisions, develop resources, set policies, take risks and motivate their co-workers and employees. Strong leadership starts with people who have the skills, education, and experience to guide the way. The Management Option of the business administration major focuses on the functions of managment in the business world, including organizational behavior and effective human resource management. Credits from the management certificate programs can be put towards the degree. This option prepares student for entry level jobs in the field and/or transfer to the Connecticut State Universities. Some jobs in this field may require a bachelor’s degree.

Business Administration:
AS Degree 63 credits
Applied Management Certificate 15 credits
Advanced Management Certificate 30 credits


TYPICAL COURSES (vary by program)

Principles of Management
Principles of Finance
Principles of Financial Accounting
Principles of Supervision
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Business Software Applications
Business Law
Organizational Behavior
Managerial Accounting
Human Resource Management
Global Business
Lean Manufacturing


Every business, regardless of its size, needs talented managers and administrators to help it succeed. Such employees excel at activities that bring people together to advance business goals through planning, organizing, leading, coordinating, and motivating. A business degree gives you the flexibility to seek employment in a variety of fields and industries. The wide-range of skills that form the core of a business administration program opens doors in education, government, private business and retail. Salaries vary widely based on the industry and one’s level of education. Management professionals with the right experience and credentials are some of the highest paid professionals in the world.

Jennifer Oliver
Professor of Accounting & Program Coordinator

Erin Pagano
Associate Professor of Business Administration

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