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Business is a broad department encompassing administration, management, marketing, finance, entrepreneurship, supervision, banking, small business, merchandising, international trade, accounting, and information systems.
Study in this area explores the theories, history, principles, skills, practices, laws, ethics, technologies, techniques, policies, procedures, and processes governing the increasingly global business environment.
Below is a sample of the career options available for the business or business-related major. Most require an associate degree, some require a bachelor’s degree, and a few require a graduate-level degree: administrator, manager, salesperson, banker, financial planner, high school or college instructor, lawyer, small business owner/operator, supervisor, economist, city manager, consumer analyst, purchasing agent, personnel officer, product developer, research auditor, controller, financier and insurance agent. Many entry-level employment opportunities are available in retail or wholesale sales, business offices, banks, savings and loans, hospitals, schools, colleges, and government.
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