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What is Business Administration?

March 30, 2012 General, Online 0 Comments

Business Administration ProgramHave you heard the term “business administration” and wondered what it actually means? Believe it or not, you’re probably not alone. So what is business administration? Business administration, or business management, refers to the process of managing every aspect of a business so it can maintain its growth or stability. Business managers are responsible for making sure that an organization runs smoothly and is on track to reach its goals.

The role of a business manager could vary according to the size of the company and the degree of responsibility and authority. A smaller company may only have one business manager. This person might also be referred to as the office manager and may oversee all support services. In a much larger company, there may be several business managers who specialize in different areas. These individuals might report to the company’s directors of administration.

In order to do well in the field of business administration, you need to be good with numbers. You’ll also need to have excellent communication, problem-solving and planning skills. One more thing that you’ll need to strive in the field is solid leadership skills.

In a business administration degree program, you could learn more about the disciplines of management, marketing, and information technology. Many of these programs were designed to help students obtain a solid grasp of the nature and challenges of today’s corporate behavior and practices. This can give you an advantage as you pursue new career opportunities in the field.

This article is presented by Briarcliffe College. Contact us today if you’re interested in developing marketable knowledge and career-relevant skills with an industry-current degree program from Briarcliffe College.


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