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Five reasons To Get A Bachelor’s Degree In Business Administration

Can’t decide on a major for college? Give Business Administration a shot!

Earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration gives you limitless opportunities when it comes to career fields you can enter.

No matter the industry you choose to pursue, the skills you gain from a business administration program will take you far.

Here are five reasons to consider a Business Administration program:

  1. Countless job opportunities
    • A Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration gives you a major advantage in your job applications. Those carrying a business degree provide a number of useful skills that can be used in a variety of business roles. Some of those roles include:
      • Sales Manager
      • Accountant
      • Management Analysist
      • Management Consultant
  2. Real world experience
    • Faculty in the business administration program bring their real-world experience into the classroom, teaching the steps needed to launch a successful career. Everything taught will be used once you graduate from the program.
  3. Professional relationships
    • Developing professional relationships is an important part of the college experience. While you develop professional relationships with your professors, those relationships can open doors through networking and business administration program events.
  4. Leadership skills
    • While the business industry is competitive, leadership skills will make you stand out from the rest. You can develop the skills needed to be a leader in a business administration program, where you will learn how to communicate effectively, think critically, lead, and motivate people. When it comes to business decisions and solving problems, you’ll be able to make your best moves.
  5. Networking skills
    • Apart from meeting professionals through college courses, students can attend career fairs, where recruiters often seek out potential hires. By learning how to network, you can develop contacts and land interviews for career fields in your interest.


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University of Providence’s Business Administration program includes concentrations in general business, finance, and management.  

Interested in learning more about our Business Administration program? Just send us an email at admissions@uprovidene.edu and one of our admissions counselors will get back to you.

Choosing a career path is as important as choosing a program to major in, in college. Deciding on a major means you also need to know what jobs you will be qualified for once you receive your degree.