Program of Study
Course work includes study and practical application in personnel administration, decision making, ethics, organizational theories, and budgetary and other governmental issues. Emphasis is placed on building analytical skills, stimulating moral imagination, and recognizing the discretionary power of the administrator’s role.
Clerical, administrative, and management positions in the public administration profession at the state/local, and federal level of government and not-for profit organizations.
Recommended Courses and Skills
Strong written and verbal skills and leadership and teamwork skills.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Analytical and critical thinking skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills and adaptability to various work environments.
|Business Administration - General Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day||A25120BA REVISED|
|Business Administration - General Track||Associate in Applied Science||Evening and Online||A25120BA REVISED|
|Business Administration - Customer Service||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120C|
|Business Administration - Global Entrepreneurship||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120GE|
|Business Administration - Human Resources||Certificate||Day, Evening, Online||C25120HR|
|Business Administration - International Business Global Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day, Online||A25120IB REVISED|
|Business Administration - International Business||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120IB REVISED|
|Business Administration - Public Administration Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day, Evening and Online||A25120PA REVISED|
If you would like additional information about the Business Administration/Public Administration Program, contact Renee Rogers, Program Coordinator, at 336.734.7167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.