Today’s workplace demands an excellent foundation in both technical skills and in business operations. With specific business specialties, you'll have what it takes to begin or advance your career. You can also build a skill set to start your own business.
These rates are
entry hourly wages for the following Business Administration jobs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
1 This job may require a bachelor's degree or higher.
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All data gathered for Dallas/Fort Worth. Source: DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence
Business Administration topics include:
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects job growth increase of 21 percent annually for both supervisors of administrative support workers and administrative services managers through 2024. Growth for human resources specialists is projected at 17% annually.
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careers in Business Administration.
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Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, Richland and North Lake colleges
All seven colleges of DCCCD offer courses in Business Administration. See
degrees and certificates in Business Administration.
The Management and Business Administration degree options are similar in that they share some of the same course requirements.
Business Administration develops a more diverse approach by requiring Business Law, Marketing, additional Accounting and Economics as well as Business and Management courses. The intent is to develop a wide range of knowledge that could be used in entrepreneurial, small business development, or with any employer.
Management has more focus in Supervising, Human Resource Management, and Problem Solving and Decision making with an additional focus on job related growth and development (Co-ops) with up to 12 college credits for job related learning. There is a direct connection between the management skills developed and applying these skills as on the job enhancement. The intent is to encourage development of management skills that lead to employment, job enrichment, and upward mobility in your career.
Learn about our cooperative work experience in business administration.
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