Run a business the right way with a degree in Business Administration Management and Operations. Whether you’re going after a bachelor’s or your MBA, these programs will prepare you to shine in a leadership role, solve complex business challenges, and ultimately, drive an organization toward success. Business degree programs often offer concentrations that guide you toward a certain business role. Choices might include marketing, finance, accounting, purchasing management, and international business, among others.
Students who do well in business degree programs most importantly have strong leadership skills. Communication, problem-solving, and organizational skills are also crucial. You’ll take these skills and build upon them while learning how a typical company/organization operates internally and how companies function as part of the larger business world. Courses may include instruction on decision-making processes, management theory, human resources functions, economics, statistics, and other topics relating to the direction and control of a professional organization. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for leadership/management roles in a wide range of fields. Just a sample of jobs include a human resources manager, purchasing manager, department director, finance manager, and cost estimator.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Winona, MN||54 : 1||5,548|
|University of St Thomas Saint Paul, MN||24 : 1||9,824|
|Augsburg University Minneapolis, MN||19 : 1||3,425|
|St Catherine University Saint Paul, MN||18 : 1||4,401|
|Capella University Minneapolis, MN||175 : 1||37,859|
|Herzing University-Minneapolis St. Louis Park, MN||27 : 1||515|
|Crown College Saint Bonifacius, MN||51 : 1||1,522|