Are you looking to start, return to or advance your business career and increase your earning potential? Substantial, ongoing growth in business careers expected for many years to come means more opportunities for those who have specific business administration knowledge and skills.
Business administration careers are found in nearly every industry, including:
- Non-profit organizations
Prepare for Any Business Career You Choose
By specializing in a particular area of study and gaining the competency to apply technology to business strategy, you'll be in demand by businesses and organizations around the world. Greater opportunity is especially available for experts in international business, health services management and human resources.
When you earn your business administration degree from DeVry with a specific concentration/major, you'll be equipped for a specialized business career in one of the following areas:
- Business Information Systems
- Health Services Management
- Hospitality Management
- Human Resource Management
- Operations Management
- Project Management
- Sales & Marketing
- Security Management
- Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship
- Technical Communications
DeVry’s Business Administration bachelor’s degree program is designed to produce graduates who are able to:
- Communicate effectively using oral, written and electronic documentation skills.
- Demonstrate leadership while working effectively in a team environment to accomplish a common goal.
- Demonstrate a foundation of business knowledge and decision-making skills that supports and facilitates lifelong professional development.
- Understand the legal, ethical and human value implications of personal, social and business activities, as well as the significance of business trends to the larger society.
- Use critical thinking, and creative and logical analysis skills, strategies and techniques to solve complex business problems.
- Implement and apply current technical and non-technical solutions to business activities, systems and processes.
Courses can be taken online, in class or a combination of both.