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  • Business Administration Career Outlook

    Remington College's triple-track associate degree in business administration offers training in computer applications, document processing, management theory, business law, employee benefits, and career development.

    You also select one of three tracks to complete your degree. Each track emphasizes a particular area of business: bookkeeping, marketing/sales, or executive assistant.

    Call or request information to learn more about our triple-track associate degree in business administration.

    What are some potential career options for entry-level business administration graduates?

    Graduates with a business administration degree and some specialized training may qualify for entry-level roles like:(1)

    • Customer Service Representative: Handle customer complaints, process orders, and provide information about an organization’s products and services 
    • Bookkeeper: Record financial transactions, update statements, and check financial records for accuracy. 
    • Administrative Assistant: Perform routine administrative tasks like drafting emails and letters, producing presentations and reports, scheduling appointments, handling phone calls, and more. 
    • Office Support Specialist: Perform standard duties in support of the office, like creating and maintaining paper and electronic filing systems, managing databases, managing supply rooms, and more.

    What training and skills can help you prepare for a career in business administration?

    Business administration personnel will continue to play a key role in most organizations, handling key tasks like planning meetings, working with clients, handling financial transactions, setting appointments, and more.(1)

    Good interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills can help you in this field, along with solid knowledge of software applications like Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, and Access.