Business Administration

If you see yourself working in a field with strong potential for professional growth and in an environment where you can exercise your leadership skills in a wide-range of career paths, then you may want to study Business Administration.  The Associate of Science degree with an emphasis on Business Administration program prepares you with the many skills required to manage a variety of businesses. Some of those career fields include: operations management, sales, administrative services management, industrial production management, distribution management, and social and community service management, to name a few. 

In the GCCC Business Administration program, focus is placed on developing decision-making, supervisory, and organizational management skills.  Your education will provide you with the business skills necessary to succeed, should you find an opportunity to work in entry-level management and supervisory positions.  You may also wish to transfer this degree to a four-year university to pursue a bachelor's degree.

Business Administration

 

Class Sizes

Each semester, there are 12 to 15 students in each business course held on the campus, giving you valuable one-on-one time with the instructor as well as an opportunity to develop relationships with classmates for additional support and learning. Online business classes are also offered to meet your scheduling needs.

Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships are available for students in business classes at GCCC, visit the Financial Aid page for more information about which scholarships you are eligible for. 

Advisement

Your advisement in the Business Administration program is provided directly from the Business and Technology faculty. The faculty also hold office hours in the Academic Building on campus and are available via phone and email.