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Think of Business Administration as the map of a subway you are about to take. You start by getting a feel for the general area by getting familiar with the map. In the beginning, you will have general business courses that will provide some context to the business world. You will be taught economics or how supply and demand affect resources. You will be taught other basics like marketing, accounting, business law, organizational dynamics, public speaking, and/or many other classes that will give you a sense of which specific line you will take to get to your (professional) destination. Usually, you will have to choose a concentration (subway line) for a career. That choice is usually among Marketing, Accounting, Finance, or IT. Maybe your college has added in other concentrations. All this education will give you a foundation to start a career with a company that will continue your education through their own programs.
Alexander R. Tipton
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Programs designed to give a broad, balanced introduction to professional careers in business, usually including business law, economics, mathematics, managerial accounting and computer systems. Includes transfer programs.