There’s always a better way to run a business. Now the best way to learn how is here.
At one point or another, everyone daydreams about starting their own business. But if you’re ready to make that dream real, Bay State College has the answer—our two-year Associate Degree in Business Administration. Everything you need to jump-start your business career starts here.
New companies that crash and burn often do so for the most obvious reason—their owners don’t know step one about running a business. That’s why in our program, you’ll gain a solid foundation in all aspects of business and practice, from organizational behavior and economics to management and accounting.
You’ll also get an inside perspective from your professors, all highly respected business professionals themselves, along with personal guidance from your admission counselor, academic advisor, and Career Services department. With a support team like this, you’re sure to be inspired to do your best.
Ready to get real about your business goals? We’re here to help.
The mission of the Business Administration program is to provide students with the best opportunities to develop a wide range of skill sets essential to success in business and management in today’s changing business world. In doing so, the program will provide students with the necessary education to enter the business world directly or to transfer into the Bachelor’s program in Management or other related studies.
Students earning an Associate Degree in Business Administration have the option of earning either a Minor in Music Industry Studies or a Minor in Audio Production. Using a combination of Open Electives and Program Electives listed here, students would be able to complete the 5 (five) courses necessary for either minor. Please note that the Business Department also offers additional minors, and if a student is interested in doing so, they are encouraged to see their Academic Adviser for more information.
When do online classes begin?
Online terms begin every eight (8) weeks. There are six (6) terms each year: Fall I & II, Spring I & II, and Summer I & II.