Specialized Associate Degree – Business
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Empire College can help you expand your potential for assumption of supervisory or management responsibilities through this multi-disciplined associate degree in business program with concentrations in communications, project management, accounting, entrepreneurship, and all office skills required of highly placed personnel.
Objective: This program is designed to prepare the graduate to be a leader and decision maker in business and other organizations in the California wine country. The emphasis on entrepreneurship includes creating, financing, marketing and managing a business. Special emphasis is placed on the accounting essentials and legal aspects in business.
This associate business degree in Santa Rosa, California, concentrates on critical-thinking and decision-making skills with special emphasis on business management, software certifications, event and meeting planning, marketing, project management, leadership, and motivation. Other current topics include social media marketing, human resource management, e-commerce, and green business practices. A comprehensive 120-hour internship is included for those students who quality.
Program Length: 6 quarters (18 months)
Specialized (Occupational) Associate Degree awarded upon successful completion of all graduation requirements.
We focus on marketable skills. Students are prepared for certifications in the following areas: Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint; and American Hotel & Lodging Association certification in guest services. At Empire College, we can make it easier for you to earn your associate business degree in Santa Rosa, California.
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