• Would you like to enter or advance within a business career?

    Earn an Associate's Degree in Business Office Management!

    A career in a professional business environment can seem like a dream come true after working long hours on your feet, behind a counter. But for employees who want to trade their name tags for desks, the transition may seem all but impossible.(1)

    The Business Office Management degree program at Remington College was created with these challenges in mind. Call or request more information.

    What opportunities are available to Business Office Management graduates?

    Once your foot is in the door, it may also seem difficult to be considered for advancement without a formal education. But finding the spare time to pursue a degree while continuing to earn a living during business hours may be difficult, at best.

    The Business Office Management degree program at Remington College was created with these challenges in mind. Our hands-on training, opportunities for personalized attention from instructors, and a fundamental business administration curriculum may be the key many students need to help them unlock an array of business and office administration career opportunities.(1)

    Office administration training and coursework focuses on:

    • Basic functions of accounting, spreadsheets and data processing
    • Fundamentals of collecting, analyzing and summarizing financial data
    • Relevant computer programs and software, including common Microsoft Office programs

    Business Associate's Degree Designed to Prepare Students

    This program is designed to help prepare students with the basic skills required for a wide range of entry-level business administration jobs or positions, including business office manager, executive assistant, or administrative assistant, to name a few.(1)

    Upon graduation, Business Office Management students should be prepared to pursue entry-level positions with employers in federal, state and local government agencies, healthcare companies, finance and insurance companies, and more.(1)

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), professional office jobs are expected to grow from 12% (for secretaries and administrative assistants) to 14% (for receptionists and information clerks) from 2012 through 2022.(2,3) Competition will be strong and opportunities will likely favor those who stay educated in technology and business skills.(4)