A Diploma in Business Administration can be the key that unlocks the door to a fulfilling and rewarding office position today — and in the future. As a student in our Business program, you will prepare for a career in Business Administration through hands-on, real-world training.
What Does a Business Administration Diploma Involve?
- Recruiting, hiring, training, and managing employees
- Leading teams and spearheading projects
- Conceptualizing and executing marketing, advertising, and sales campaigns
- Developing and managing budgets and capital assets
As the business world becomes increasingly globalized, business professionals need an even broader skill set than ever before. From the founder and CEO to the newest hire and every position in between, business professionals need the accounting and finance skills to work with different currencies, the management skills to thrive in a multicultural environment, and the vision to succeed on a worldwide scale. Business professionals need to be familiar with and ready to act on current business trends on both domestic and global bases.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|BUS106||Business Law *||6.5|
This course explores fundamental processes of global business. Topics include: risk and profit in the business environment; economics, ethics, and social responsibility; organizational structure, management, and leadership; human resources; marketing; and managing financial resources.
This course focuses on Microsoft® Office applications and how they are used in business. Topics include: business documents, tables, graphics, and templates; spreadsheets, worksheets, and data; using formulas and functions; charts and tables; databases and tables; data relationships and queries; creating, editing, and delivering presentations.
This course is the study of communications in a business environment. Topics include: establishing credibility; interpersonal and team communication; difficult conversations and communicating across cultures; effectiveness and readability; communication tools and social media; types of business messages; and reports and presentations.
This course explores skills, behavior, and culture of customer service. Topics include: Verbal and nonverbal communication skills, listening, service breakdowns and recovery, maintaining relationships, and retaining customers.
This course introduces management principles in an organizational environment. Topics include: the evolution of management; culture, ethics, and corporate responsibility; planning and decision making; human resources, diversity, and inclusion; leadership, motivation, communication, and teamwork; and innovation and change.
This course is an overview of marketing in business. Topics include: marketing strategies and plans; social and mobile marketing; analyzing the marketplace; consumer, business-to-business, and global marketing; products, branding, packaging, and services; establishing value; supply chain management; retail and multichannel marketing; marketing communications, advertising, promotion, public relations, and sales.
This course examines the legal environment in business, focusing on legal and ethical issues. Topics include: administrative law; constitutional law; criminal law and business; tort law; real, personal, and intellectual property; contract law; domestic and international sales law; negotiable instruments and banking; agency; business organizations; and government regulation.
This course involves accounting principles and introduces topics such as: business transactions and T accounts; general journal and general ledger; closing entries and trial balance; accounts receivable and accounts payable; cash and banking procedures; payroll; accruals and deferrals; and financial statements.
Our comprehensive Business Administration Diploma program will provide you with the basics and practical training you need to look for an entry-level position in a professional business environment. After you earn your Diploma, you can pursue employment in business in automated office environments, government agencies, corporations, and medium-sized and small businesses across industries.
You’ll Learn How To:
- Apply business law
- Perform finance and accounting functions
- Speak the language of business
- Use common computer programs and applications
- Develop critical interpersonal and communication skills
- Manage and lead others on individual and group bases