Our associate's in business will lay the groundwork you need to succeed in the professional world.

Concordia's associate's degree in business management builds a strong foundation and offers the kind of broad liberal arts and business training you’ll need to not just manage but to lead in today’s ever-shifting and challenging professional environment. In-person or online business courses are designed with the working student in mind.

Credits64
Cost Per Credit$540
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Program Overview

Good leaders have the ability – and frankly, the wide-ranging skill – to shift and adapt as needed, depending on the job you have or the team you’re working with. Our business management programs teach you how to be flexible in your role and provide a strong foundational base of information you can draw upon throughout your career. With a Christ-centered look at business management, you’ll combine technical skills with ethical values as you engage in liberal arts courses that promote growth and self-knowledge. Professors with real-world experience will get to know you personally because we keep class sizes small. And a number of internship opportunities await you, ready to give rise to your budding career.

What to Expect

Leaders thrive on their knowledge of organizational behavior and understanding of how different groups and individuals work together. That will be a prime takeaway from our business associates. Additionally, you’ll learn the basics of accounting, finance, and business law. You’ll look at human resources and study interpersonal communication. Your eyes will be opened to international economics, as well as issues like globalization and foreign trade. You’ll dive deep into the challenges and opportunities that go hand-in-hand with managing a small business, while taking a look at the principles and problems that have to do with planning, organizing, and directing business operations. From public relations techniques that deal with gaining publicity and managing public response to marketing strategies and management, this business management degree covers a lot of ground.

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