NGU – Available Career Paths With a Business Administration Degree

Business Admin – the Swiss Army Knife of Degree Paths

Many degrees are single purpose—they give you the skills needed to be successful in a particular career. Think engineering or medicine. Business administration, on the other hand, is more open-ended. You might consider business administration as the Swiss army knife of degrees. Your studies will prepare you for a large number of potential business administration careers.

You’ll learn principles and skills that will help you in the workforce. Topics of study include management, ethics, communication, strategic planning, leadership, accounting, finance, marketing, and information technology. [1]

Getting started on the road to a business administration job starts with education. Once again, you have plenty of options. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned typically in three to four years. Add on a master’s degree with another one to two years. The amount of time varies for each degree based on whether you’re attending full or part-time.

Armed with the knowledge you gained, you can find a business administration career in a number of fields. The most obvious would be banking and finance, but there are plenty of other business administration jobs out there, such as manufacturing, product development, human resources, IT management, and business analysis. You might work in the private sector, but government employment is an option as well as non-profit. [2]

The most pressing question for most people entering any career is typically what they can expect to earn. A business administration career is no exception. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016–17 reported a median annual salary for business administration careers falling within the $110,000–$125,000 range. Which degree you choose will also have an effect. For a bachelor’s degree, you can add $2,000–$5,000; an MBA, $7,000–$11,000. Even more good news is that business administration job growth is projected to grow at least as fast as all other occupations, with some areas showing increased growth.[3]

If you’re looking for a career with plenty of options and opportunity, business administration may be the answer.

  1. http://www.allbusinessschools.com/business-administration/degrees/
  2. http://www.businessadministrationinformation.com/general-business/business-administration-degree-job-options
  3. http://www.allbusinessschools.com/business-administration/salary/

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