Management students at BSC will receive an education in the world of business and commerce. Accounting, economics, marketing, law and ethics and statistics form the foundation for study. Business courses also have proven useful for students in other programs.
Students might consider high school courses in accounting and economics to assist them in college study. However, these courses are not mandatory for success.
Students who complete the requirements earn an Associate in Arts degree. Since programs at four-year colleges vary somewhat, students should contact the transfer school to obtain specific courses it may require and modify BSC’s suggested curriculum to their individual needs.
BSC has cooperative agreements with Dickinson State University (DSU) and Minot State University (MSU) that allow students to complete the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees at BSC and continue with a bachelor’s degree on the BSC campus. Programs offered by DSU related to this program are Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resource Management, and International Business. Bachelor’s degree programs offered by MSU on the BSC campus include Management and Marketing.
Contact your BSC advisor for assistance with transfer planning.
Employment opportunities in the management field have been excellent and possibilities for career advancement are generally good.
Purchasing agent, accountant, adjuster, administrative assistant, appraiser, bank examiner, budget analyst, claims representative, economist, financial analyst, labor relations assistant and sales representative. These are just a few of the most popular options available upon completion of a business administration curriculum.
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