Business Administration Courses at Miller-Motte College in Jacksonville, NC
Do you enjoy taking on leadership roles? Do you work well with others? Have you considered starting your own company or pursuing a career in business?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time to consider earning an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration at Miller-Motte College in Jacksonville, North Carolina. With our Business Administration courses, you could graduate in as little as 18 months and be on your way to an exciting career. Plus, you’ll have the added benefit of completing this program with hybrid courses—giving you the flexibility you need to succeed.
We’ve had hundreds of students from the Beulaville, Richlands and Jacksonville areas of North Carolina attend Miller-Motte College to get the education they need to establish a career they love. You can, too!
This is a Hybrid track program. What does this mean for you? You will take most of your coursework online with video, audio and text-based lessons and interactive discussion groups. You’ll then spend a few hours each week at the campus for face-to-face training. Hybrid courses are the best of both worlds, for your convenience.
Business Administration Courses Included in this Program
Miller-Motte College Jacksonville’s Business Administration program will teach you how businesses function. You will build a solid foundation of knowledge in planning operations, developing policies, supervising other workers and pursuing business goals.
Listed here are a few of the classes you will take in our Business Administration program:
- Accounting I: Students are acquainted with basic accounting principles. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle, accounting for cash receipts, disbursements, banking procedures and reconciliations, payroll processes and recording the basic transactions of a sole proprietorship.
- Customer Relations and Servicing: This course introduces the students to the importance of customer service in business today. Students will be exposed to the essential skills needed when dealing with both external and internal customers. Emphasis will be focused on verbal and non- verbal communication skills, dealing with challenging customers, solving problems, surveying customer satisfaction and retaining customers.
- Small Business Management: Introduces students to entrepreneurial concepts of business management including organizational structure, raising capital, inventory controls, marketing, and navigating legal barriers. The course will focus on the creation of a business plan using modern business concepts and fundamentals.
For more information on externship opportunities and the courses offered the Business Administration program, download our Course Catalog.
Career Opportunities after completing our Business Administration Program
As the number of startup businesses continues to grow, the need for individuals with specific business training will continue to boom.
Once you complete the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration at Miller-Motte College Jacksonville, you will be prepared to pursue careers such as:
Insurance Claims Clerk
We all know that we need insurance, but it can often be a headache trying to figure out what policies you need and which forms to fill out. Luckily, Insurance Claims Clerks are experts in helping both insurance agents and clients. They assist clients by figuring out what kind of coverage they need and finding the best policies for their individual needs.
General Office Clerk
It's easy for an office to become a disorganized mess, which is why General Office Clerks are so important. They assist with financial record maintenance, client communication and other administrative duties. Thanks to them, offices run smoothly and nothing important gets lost or overlooked.
Discover Why You Should Get Your Business Administration Training at Miller-Motte College
Miller-Motte College Jacksonville is ready to help you embark on your new career in Business Administration. In as little as 18 months, you could earn your Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration. To begin, click here to request information or call us at 800.705.9182.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Financial Clerks, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/office-and-administrative-support/financial-clerks.htm (visited September 06, 2016).