Expand Your Potential with Business Management Training at Miller-Motte College in Wilmington, North Carolina
Enjoy planning the big picture? Do others admire your leadership capabilities? Have you been dreaming of a business career or having your own company? If yes, then Management training might be a great next step.
When you enroll in Miller-Motte College’s Business Administration program, you can earn your Associate of Applied Science Degree. In as little as 18 months, you could graduate from our Business Administration program, as other students from Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Leland, Hampstead and Burgaw are already doing.
Plus, 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. It’s the best of both worlds, for your convenience.
How You’ll Benefit from Business Management Courses
Business Administration courses show you how businesses are run and how they function best. You will gain a solid foundation in planning operations, pursuing business goals, supervising workers and establishing policies from courses like these:
- Customer Relations and Servicing: This course introduces 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.
- 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.
- Word Processing/Presentation Skills: This course addresses advanced word processing functions related to the preparation, revision and editing of business documents. In addition, this course explores the application of graphics software in business presentations. Students create and edit software presentations for business applications, use proofing tools, incorporate clip-art, charts, drawings and special effects for building dynamic slide shows.
Business Administration courses will give you the knowledge and skills you need, no matter what direction you take with your business training. In addition to the classes, you’ll gain real-world experience in our externship course. Download our Course Catalog for more specific information about the Business Administration Associate of Applied Science Degree, externship opportunities or courses.
Business Management Career Paths
As more businesses start up and continue to grow, there will be a greater need for people with business training. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 9% increase in demand for Sales Representatives by 2022. Here are just two of the career options that will be open to you after complete Miller-Motte College's Business Administration program:
General Office Clerk
Offices run smoothly thanks to talented Office Clerks. Office Clerks' duties depend on experience and knowledge of office procedures. Tasks could range from maintaining financial records to handling client communication.
Insurance Claims Clerk
Insurance Claims Clerks help keep drivers covered, on the road and safe. Claims Clerks help policyholders apply for or change their insurance. They use active listening, accuracy and resourcefulness to assist insurance agents and clients.
If You’re Eager to Start Your New Career, Call Miller-Motte College Today!
We here at Miller-Motte College want to help you kick off your career in Business Management right away. With our Business Administration program, you can earn your Associate of Applied Science in Management Degree in as little as 18 months. Call 866.865.8065 to get started, or click here to request more information.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Wholesale and Manufacturing Sales Representatives,
on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/sales/wholesale-and-manufacturing-sales-representatives.htm (visited August 11, 2015).