Let’s start with some review of what types of companies primarily drive the US economy. Business Process Management (BPM) is an all-round management approach that aims at aligning all the business processes with its core vision and consumer demands. An accounting degree or business administration with a focus on finance is a solid base, while an MBA with focus on accounting or finance will propel you into a leadership position in your employer’s fiscal affairs.
A business administration degree is also quite flexible, and can take you any number of places – something that is quite useful in a dog-eat-dog system in which one’s head may be on the chopping block for any reason at any time without warning (metaphorically speaking, of course).
Human resource management, operations management, project management, security management, are just a few of the sectors that become available with an online degree, and this barely scratches the surface of what is on offer. Most business administration degrees offer some degree of specialization.
Typical training for corporate managers includes receiving an advanced degree referred to as the M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration). The program requires that applicants have a business or economics undergraduate degree or an engineering undergraduate degree with significant business experience.
This Legal Committee of lawyers put everything: Negotiable Instruments, Security, Sales, Contracts, and the whole mess under the UCC. On the whole, the decline in the job force have people looking hard at continuing college to gain that extra class or two that will assist them in advancing or seeing an additional degree altogether.