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What will I learn?

Wanted: A progressive and determined thinker who’s ready to step into the competitive field of business. Enroll for the Business Administration AAS, with online and on-campus course choices.

You’ll earn your Associate of Applied Science degree in just two years, learning the latest in management, marketing, economics, accounting, finance and communications. To get noticed by today’s fast-lane business leaders, you need credentials, skills and education on your résumé. A 20-person program Advisory Board will coach you on business trends in everything from pharmaceuticals to financial services. These area leaders and gurus know what employers are looking for — critical thinkers, problem-solvers, team players.

In every class you’ll examine case studies that involve ethical dilemmas, cost analyses and soft-skill applications. And you will get to network with the business community through job shadowing. Pick a business, spend a day, learn a lot! 


  • You’ll be taught by professors with MBA and doctoral degrees who know the ropes in business because they’ve lived it. There are no teaching assistants.
  • You won’t be lost among thousands in a large business school; at JCCC, class size won’t top 30. Ask your professors questions and get answers quickly.
  • Your professors will get to know you and be able to steer you toward an emphasis that complements your strengths.
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A Business Administration major is one of the most versatile paths you can take. In fact, business degrees rank toward the top of the list for return on investment — meaning higher income upon graduation. Career opportunities include:

  • Associate degree: executive assistant, benefit/payroll clerk, marketing assistant
  • Bachelor's degree (entry-level or one to two years of experience): business administration assistant, compensation manager, business services coordinator, operations business analyst, project manager, sales representative, internship manager, business manager, shift manager, procurement specialist
  • Master's degree: business manager, senior business analyst, vice president business development, community college instructor, vice president strategic operations, adjunct assistant professor, global program manager, director of business analysis
  • Doctorate: professor, client strategist, investment analyst

If your goal is a bachelor’s degree, simply transfer your hours. Most credits are transferable to area four-year schools. Contact a Business Counselor for details.

Classes in Business Administration include professional courses in management, marketing, economics, accounting, finance, communications and business law. 

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Need help with career decisions? Visit the Career Development Center.

Money matters. JCCC is working hard to make tuition affordable for you.

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Supplies and textbook costs vary depending on your classes.