Where can I work with an associate degree in business management?
Graduates from a two-year business management program can prepare for careers in corporate administrative offices, human resources departments, marketing, retail, management positions in various fields such as restaurants or hospitality, and more.
What is the average salary for someone with an associate in business management?
Generally, the higher the level of education you achieve the higher your earning potential can go. Standard salary can vary based on the role, your experience, the company you work for, or the area you live in. There are many career options for a graduate with an associate's in business management, here some examples of occupations and the potential national average annual salary a graduate might earn:
- Information Clerk: $37,450²
- Desktop Publisher: $46,910³
- Bookkeeping, Accounting, Auditing Clerk: $45,5604
How long does it take to earn an A.S. business management degree?
An online associate degree in business at Penn Foster is self-paced and can be completed around your schedule, with no set start dates or exam deadlines. However, on average, most students complete the associate degree within a period of two years and a bachelor’s degree in a period of four years.
Why should I study business management?
Business management skills are relevant to most industries and positions, whether you’re working in a creative role, a hospitality role, or something entirely different. From leadership skills to general education courses, students studying the subject can be considered well-rounded job applicants.
Do credits from the associate degree transfer to the bachelor of business management degree?
Yes, they can! If you complete your online Penn Foster Business Management Associate Degree and want to further your education with a bachelor’s, your completed coursework can be evaluated to see what will transfer into the four-year degree program at Penn Foster so you don’t need to repeat any classes.