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Diploma in Business Administration Career

The Business Administration Career Diploma provides students interested in careers in business with a foundational level of coursework that will prepare them for a career in the world of business. The degree program not only provides coursework that will give you the knowledge and skills needed for a career in business, but also do so from a real-world perspective. The College of Business Administration (COBA) maintains close ties with the employers who hire our graduates. Business leaders not only serve on the COBA’s advisory boards to ensure that our degree programs remain current and relevant to the demands and expectations of the marketplace, they also participate with faculty members in the classroom. Business courses are delivered by faculty members who not only possess the academic credentials that indicate they are experts in their fields of study, but who have also have spent years working in the field. Because of their practical experience in their field of study, they are able to bring a real world perspective to the classroom, and they’re able to answer students’ questions about what it is really like working in a business environment.Request More Information »

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