Business Administration

The Business Administration Major provides students with a solid foundation in business knowledge and skills. Built on a blend of courses that stimulate critical thinking, this major prepares students to enter or advance in today’s demanding business environment. A broad base of business and general education course requirements combine the study of management and business. Students will concentrate on marketing, human resources, management, accounting, economics, communication, information technology and general education studies in the arts and sciences. Completion of the Business Administration degree is an academic accomplishment that increases employment potential and is an important steppingstone toward attainment of a bachelor’s degree.

The Associate of Applied Business Degree with a major in Business Administration contains many courses that are approved for transfer to other state university and colleges within Ohio. For more information regarding approved Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) and Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) courses contained within the Business Administration Degree at Rhodes State College please contact: Chair of Business Programs,

One Night a Week Business Administration Degree

The One Night a Week Program allows working adult students to stay on the leading edge of the job market and helps them complete a Business Administration Associates degree beneficial to career advancement. The degrees build students’ skills to become more effective employees, supervisors, managers and leaders. Working adult students develop competencies in management, marketing, interpersonal relations and team building, financial management, human resources, information systems, and other areas.

Students pursuing the One-Night-a-Week Program begin with a group, or cohort, of peers and graduate within two years. Classes are taught in an accelerated format (generally 5-week sessions - one course at a time). Courses are structured in a hybrid manner where work is completed both in class and on-line. Classes meet one night a week for a four-hour session making it easier for working adults to balance school, work and family responsibilities. The course sequence flows seamlessly and often focuses on one course at a time.

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