Location

East Classroom Complex
Room 1224
(505) 566-3317

School Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm

Business Administration

Business Administration

Business Administration (AA.BADM) 61-68 credit hours
Business Administration (AAS.BADM) 60-66 credit hours
Business Foundations I (CER.BADM.FD1) 15 credit hours
Business Foundations II (CER.BADM.FDII) 16 credit hours
Management (CER.BADM.MGNT) 12 credit hours

What can you do with a business degree? You might be surprised! The opportunities for employment and career advancement are the reason why this is one of the most popular degrees, especially for working adults returning to college. With a Business Administration degree you can pursue a career in management, human resources, marketing, finance, or technology.

Intro to Business Class
Intro to Business Administration

Degree Programs

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – You’ll be ready to enter the job market in just two years with a solid foundation in accounting, management, and customer service.

Associate of Arts (AA) – If your goal is a Bachelor’s degree, this program prepares you for transfer to a four-year institution.

Certificate Programs

Business Foundations I & II Certificates – If you’re seeking an entry-level business career or want to enhance your business administration skills, you might consider enrolling in one of these programs.

Management Certificate – Enroll in this program to sharpen your leadership and management skills for the job you already have or to develop leadership skills for the job you want to have.

All certificate courses are fully transferable to our Business Administration Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.

Program Emphasis

"As an over-traditional-age student, with various life responsibilities, the genuine and consistent assistance I received from every one of my school of business professors kept me going."
Student

Our programs are designed to help you be successful in a competitive marketplace. You’ll develop valuable business skills and practical knowledge through community-based service learning projects and by conducting real-world research.

 

For more information, please call Murdoch Maloney at (505) 566-3308. Or send us an email at maloneym@sanjuancollege.edu.