What kind of jobs are available if I major in Business Administration?
My goal is to be an Administrative Services Manager.
But what kind of company or business would I be working in?
I'm still undecided when it comes to my second major.
Please help me!
What courses are my best bet?
How long would it take?
Would it improve if I minored in either French or Spanish?
Thank you so much Shan! I loved all the details you gave me!
Thank you thank you for your help.
Well, online business degrees are excellent options for individuals who cannot, or have not, decided on what field they would like to work. They are known for training their students with the broad skills that are needed for succeeding in a variety of entry-level positions, such as your direction of Administrative Services Manager. As for what type of company you might work for, well that will depend on your area of interest. Most business degrees can be applied to a variety of fields, so you should be able to work within a number of areas.
Now, as for which second major you should consider, well a foreign language is always are great option for individuals working in business. What I would do is look at the specific area you are considering on entering into, and chose a major that best corresponds with your major.
Here is a small list of possible business majors to choose from.
- Accounting Researcher
- Accounts Payable Professional
- Accounts Receivable Clerk
- Acquisitions Tax Manager
- Agency Underwriter
- Casino Gaming Manager
- Chief Technology Officer
- Commercial Underwriter
- Computer Office Technician
- Contract Negotiator
- Cost Analyst
- Credit Manager
- Customer Service Representative
- E-Commerce Manager
- Equity Trader
- Executive Receptionist
- Financial Analyst
- Financial Planner
- Forecast Analyst
- General Office Assistant
- Guitar Technician
- Hospitality Administrator
- Human Resource Manager
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