Earn your Associate of Arts in Business Management online. Get the flexibility you need to achieve your education goals.
Here at Central Christian College of Kansas, we make earning your Associate of Arts in Business Management convenient and easy. Gain the managerial skills needed to lead project teams, supervise employees and motivate workers for the good of the business – 100 percent online.
You learn skills to successfully manage and supervise the daily operations of any business or non-profit organization. Areas of study include:
- Psychological and sociological variables associated with the behavior of individuals in a group or organizational setting
- The nature of conflict within organizations and the various forms of employable conflict resolution techniques
- Types of managerial functions necessary for successful organizational operation
Why Earn Your Business Management Associates Degree?
You watch coworkers land jobs that give them health benefits, higher salaries and greater job security. You may be surprised to learn you, too, can become a part of this success in as few as two years by earning an associate degree.
It’s estimated that professionals with an associate degree earn $325,000 more in a lifetime than those with just a high school diploma, and job opportunities for associate degree holders are expected to grow by 17.6 percent through 2022.
In addition, when you earn your associate degree, you are halfway to earning your bachelor's!
With a remarkable history that dates back to 1884, CCC offers education for the whole person – heart, mind, body and soul. Every CCC course is delivered 100 percent online. All classes and resources are available 24/7. Finding time to complete your degree just got a lot easier!
Why Choose CCC College to Earn Your Business Management Associates Degree?
- Online courses are six weeks for focus and ease
- Books are included in tuition for savings and convenience
- Student Success Advisor guides you every step of the way
- Program accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools