Business administration/management majors study how businesses function. They learn business principles while strengthening their leadership skills, and they have a flexible curriculum that allows them to pursue a variety of careers. Students may go on to work as human resources managers, market research analysts, accountants or CEOs, among other professions.
What Is a Business Administration/Management Major?
Business administration majors learn the mechanics of business through classes in fundamentals such as finance, accounting and marketing and delve into more specialized topics. Students find ways to solve problems using data, and they develop communication and managerial skills. Business administration majors also study the ethical aspects of business decisions.
Some schools offer solely business administration or business management majors. Business administration majors earn a bachelor’s in business administration or a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Coursework may focus more on communication, management theory and entrepreneurship.
Students studying business management graduate with