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Business Administration Degree Training in as Little as 18 Months*

Looking for an engaging career in Business? You could make a difference in many fields as a Business Administration professional. At Asher College, the Business Administration program can get you trained and on the path to an exciting career through hands-on training, flexible schedules, and support from dedicated instructors.

Turn your passion for problem-solving into a rewarding Business Administration career.

Jun 3rd, 2024 - DallasMay 28th, 2024 - Las VegasMay 28th, 2024 - Sacramento

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Become a Business Administration Professional

Business Administration professionals play a vital role in organizations and companies, both large and small. As a Business Administration professional, you are responsible for overseeing important day-to-day operations. Tasks include implementing budgets, preparing reports for senior management, as well as overseeing the activities of employees.

 

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Business Administration


  • 6% Job Growth Over Next 10 Years
  • Graduates hired by manufacturing businesses, human resources departments, & healthcare facilities
  • Advance into Marketing and Sales, Financial Analysis, Market Research and much more!

How Asher College Prepares You for a Rewarding Career

Asher College’s Business Administration program gets you relevant career skills that can be used immediately upon graduation. Having expert Business Administration training is a great way to get noticed by potential employers who are always looking for qualified professionals.

This program is specially tailored to you, thanks to a flexible, blended schedule to help you reach your career training goals, with distance learning options available as well. Classes are available during the day, evening, and even on the weekends to fit your life schedule. You’ll be supported every step of the way, ensuring you have the tools you need to succeed.

Learn more about your future business career today and see just how far you can go with Asher College.

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Career Opportunities

Skills you get in the program can be applied to a variety of settings, giving you the flexibility to pursue a career in many interesting business environments. Upon completion of the Business Administration Degree program, you will be qualified for supervisory or management positions, including:

  • Administrative Coordinator
  • Administrative Director
  • Business Administrator
  • Business Manager
  • Facilities Manager
  • Office Manager
  • and more! 

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Industry Relations

We bring in plenty of guest speakers to give you insight into the industry that you intend to break into. Get inside tips from industry employers, alumni, and people who work in the field on how to create opportunity for yourself.

Business Administration Program Details

Prerequisite(s): NA

Students will be able to log on and off a computer, use a mouse and create and use passwords. Student will know how to use the file hierarchy, libraries and to locate files on a computer. They will know how to use the Drive lettering system and can delete and restore files. Students will be able to use the internet for searches and navigate web pages.

Prerequisite(s): NA

Student will be able to maximize their potential by being mindful of how self-talk impacts their habits, attitude, beliefs and expectations. Students also learn strategies to eliminate procrastination and achieve goals. Each student will complete a DISC profile to better understand their preferred communication style, how it relates to their own personal and professional development and how their DiSC style relates to others.

Prerequisite(s): NA

Students will be able to perform essential functions in Word, Excel & Outlook. They will learn to navigate the software and create documents, workbooks, and emails while using Microsoft’s tools and short-cuts. Students identify features to open, navigate, edit and print documents in Word, format data in a spreadsheet and create formulas in Excel, and manage messages, tasks, and appointments in Outlook, resulting in the entry-level skills necessary to use these programs in the work environment. MOE100 MS Essentials=This course has 2 finals, that are added together and divided by 2 for the final score.

Prerequisite(s): NA

Students will learn to type a minimum of 35 words per minute. They will learn keystroke fundamentals, keyboard by touch, and proper 10-key form.

Prerequisite(s): PBS100 Office Administration

Students will be able to define and explain the nature, purpose and scope of accounting, explain and conceptualize the accounting cycle and prepare books of original entry and perform double entries. Students will be able to prepare ledgers, a simple cash book and the trial balance, and prepare financial statements for a sole proprietor in accordance with the required format. Students will be able to distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure and prepare journal entries for correction of the accounting errors. Students will be able to prepare a bank reconciliation statement.

Prerequisite(s): NA

Students will be able to identify and explain the basics of computing, IT infrastructure, software development, security concepts, and database use.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level course

Students will be able to develop all types of business communication including letters, memos, electronic communication, written reports, oral presentations, and interpersonal communication. The course also includes topics of resumes, application letters, interviewing tips, and employment follow-up documents.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses.

Students will be able to understand business in an increasingly global society with an introduction to business terminology, concepts, environments, systems, strategies, and current issues. Topics include an overview of the business environment, business ethics, entrepreneurship, global business, management, marketing, production, information systems, and financial elements of business.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses.

understanding of the Principles of Management within the dimensions of the planning-organizing-leading-controlling (P-O-L-C) framework. Topics include roles of personality and values in determining work behaviors, setting goals and objectives, and communication within organizations. In addition, students will define organizational culture, structure and change while examining the role of strategic human resource management (SHRM). *This is an elective course. Students may substitute for GE108 Leadership.

Prerequisite(s): GE104 Introduction to Business

Students will be able to recognize the legal implications of negligent or intentional civil acts and criminal acts. They will be able to analyze legal issues pertaining to business. Student will be able to discuss various legal subjects that relate to the business world.

Prerequisite(s): GE104 Introduction to Business

Students will be able to define marketing research, its various forms, and the organized steps in the marketing research process. They will be able to define the various types of market segmentation, including demographic and psychographic and identify the stages of the product life cycle and explain the importance to the marketer of consumer goods and services. Student will be able to analyze and apply strategies of effective pricing. Students will be able to discuss consumer ethics and identify and discuss current ethical dilemmas.

Prerequisite(s): GE104 Introduction to Business

Students will be able to identify human resources policies, procedures and disciplinary actions and describe variable pay and benefits designed to support an organizations strategy. Student will be able to emphasize the legal concerns of the selection process in recruiting and how to locate and attract good candidate and identify and measure job performance with organizational strategies. They will be able to demonstrate the designing of effective training programs, dealing with employee career issues.

Prerequisite(s): GE104 Introduction to Business

Students will be able to support a business plan by creating viable marketing, organizational and financial plans by recognizing and applying the tools necessary to create sustainable and viable businesses. Student will be able to identify and exploit innovative business ideas and market opportunities, evaluate the benefits and limitations of various funding sources and turn market opportunities into a business plan.

Prerequisite(s): GE105 Principles of Management or GE108 Leadership

Students will be able to recognize issues in a realistic project scenario, produce a project proposal and discuss the implementation of a proposed plan. Student will employ work breakdown structures (WBS) in a project application and demonstrate the use of appropriate network scheduling techniques.

Prerequisite(s): Students must have completed 80% of their program.

Students will be able to search for a job within their field of study, conduct themselves professionally in a job interview and provide a resume tailored to each job position applied for. This course is designed for three particular points of views; those looking to change careers, those looking to advance their career and those who are entrepreneurs and want to start their own business. Career Services will put your career goals first, it is time you did as well.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level course

Students will be able to apply math fundamentals to business applications. Topics include a basic math review, business statistics, profit calculations, payroll, banking, interest calculations, insurance, taxes, and other business topics.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses.

Students will be able to intelligently discuss intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and understand theories of motivation proposed for instincts, drive reduction, self-efficacy, and social motives. In this course students will learn about the history and understand the score of study in the field of industrial and organizational psychology. *This is an elective course. Students may substitute for GE101 Critical Thinking. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses. GE108 Leadership Students will be able to understand and apply leadership’s crucial skill areas; those related to the foundational elements, conceptual elements, human elements, technical elements, and political elements of effective leadership. Students will hone their skill bases in these areas through assessing their own level of competence in each skill and practicing the skills to improve their leadership effectiveness. * This is an elective course. Students may substitute for GE105 Principles of Management.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses

Students will be able to comprehend, analyze, and create inductive and deductive arguments. This course presents a variety of topics essential to a student’s development in critical thinking in additions to arguments, such as informal fallacies, modes of persuasion, perspective and bias, language and meaning, culminating in the development of reasonable strategies for belief formation. *This is an elective course. Students may substitute for GE107 Introduction to Psychology.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses

Students will be able to understand the intricacies of the Constitution, the complexities of federalism, the meanings of civil liberties, and the conflicts over civil rights. This course explains how people are socialized to politics, acquire, and express opinions, and participate in political life; describes interest groups, political parties, and elections—the intermediaries that link people to government and politics; details the branches of government and how they operate; and shows how policies are made and affect people’s lives.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of the certificate level courses

Students will be able to understand and apply leadership’s crucial skill areas; those related to the foundational elements, conceptual elements, human elements, technical elements, and political elements of effective leadership. Students will hone their skill bases in these areas through assessing their own level of competence in each skill and practicing the skills to improve their leadership effectiveness. * This is an elective course. Students may substitute for GE105 Principles of Management.

Dallas

Dallas Campus
9330 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway
Dallas, TX 75243

Phone: (972) 600-2818

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Las Vegas Campus
6029 W. Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146

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Sacramento

Sacramento Campus
1215 Howe Ave Suite 101
Sacramento, CA 95825

Phone: (916) 900-2850

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Market-Driven Education

We have an advisory board that helps shape our curriculum. This allows us to alter the curriculum based on recommendations from employers who hire our graduates.

Classes Start Every 2-4 Weeks

Don’t wait around to enroll — our courses begin every 2-4 weeks so you can start your program as soon as you’re ready. Begin your path to a new career quickly with Asher College.

Personalized Attention

We’re a small college, which makes Asher feel like an extended family. Each instructor and faculty member will get to know you by name and help you along the way.

I visited five different schools before I chose Asher because I figured Asher was the perfect fit. My favorite class at Asher would have to be Career Success... If you have the chance to go to Asher, do it!

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Build Career Success Skills

Your time at Asher won’t just be devoted to learning the technical skills of your chosen profession — we also prepare you for the job search with interview tactics, communication skills, resume preparation, and cover letter writing.

An Asher College instructor will work with you one-on-one to develop these skills so that you’ll feel confident about pursuing your career once you graduate.

Financial Aid: Funding Your Career Training

We offer Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and Veteran training benefits. Our Financial Aid administrators and School Certifying Officials will work with you to find the best financial solution to fit your needs. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. To learn more, visit our Financial Aid page.

Veterans Education Benefits: Asher College is rated as a Military Friendly® school. For over 15 years, Viqtory Media’s ranking of Military Friendly® schools has helped veterans take their education into their own hands when choosing which schools afford them the best opportunities. Military Benefits Accepted at Asher College include Chapter 31, 33, and 35. To learn more, visit our Veterans Education benefits page.

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*Program length when completed in normal time.