Q. What is the salary for a Business Management role?
A. Management positions typically have a median income around $50,000,¹ particulary those that work in sales. From roles in human resources to finance, a wide range of salaries is available depending on the the specification of the career path.
Q. What can I do with a Business Management Associate Degree?
A. Business management skills can be applied and used at entry-level positions in nearly any professional environment. From production and project management to sales and account supervisors, there is a wide range of occupations that can benefit from a Business Management Associate Degree.
Q. How much does a Business Management Associate Degree cost?
A. Tuition costs about $79 per credit, with the semester fee adjusting slightly based on our current offer. Visit our tuition page for the most current tuition information.
Q. Is the Business Management degree accredited?
A. Penn Foster College has been nationally accredited for over 40 years, and has met the high standards of integrity and performance set by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) in Washington, D.C. Penn Foster College has been thoroughly reviewed and has earned several important accreditations and licensing. We also participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.
Q. What Business Management skills will I learn in this degree program?
A. Skills covered in the Business Management Associate Degree Program includes fundamentals like marketing, human resources management, economics, organizational behavior, finance law, financial management and accounting, and other business basics. College level courses also build a well-rounded skill set in areas such as computer and information literacy, written and interpersonal skills, humanities, liberal arts, math, and sciences.
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