The Business Major will always be in high demand, but even more so when a specialization is found. Marketing, Accounting, Logistics, Finance, Sales are all involved. Get used to using “Excel” spread sheets, this software will be your staple in the major. A business degree is sought after for many entry level positions. Also, many colleges/universities offer a 5-6 year BA/MBA track that may be well worth the extra time and effort.
"If you’re interested in a career as a personal financial planner, wealth manager or investment advisor, Edinboro’s Personal Financial Planning program is the place to start. Our program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. That means you’ll have the educational requirements necessary to sit for the CFP exam."
(Provided By: Edinboro University of Pennsylvania)
"A business education integrates the theory and practice of management through active learning, problem-driven research, corporate partnerships, and experiential assignments. As part of the degree program, all students are expected to participate in the co-op program, where they participate in paid work placements related to their field of study. "
(Provided by: Northeastern University)
"Upon completion of the business administration program, students should be able to demonstrate analytic and decision-making competencies in core business disciplines,demonstrate effective and relevant communication skills, demonstrate effective management through the development of effective leadership, interpersonal, and teamwork skills, and demonstrate global leadership competencies."
(Provided by: University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill)
"The general business major program is designed for students desiring an extensive understanding of business that spans all facets of the business enterprise, providing them with a broad philosophical and economic perspective about business operations."
(Provided by: University of Alabama)
"This degree provides a solid foundation for students wanting a general or specialty business focus in operations management, entrepreneurship or a program tailored to your career plans."
(Provided by: University of South Dakota)