Associate of Arts in Business Studies
A rigorous program that will prepare you for a four-year business degree.
A business degree from Landmark College will give students the fundamental skills and knowledge to compete successfully in today's business world — whether you're planning to immediately enter the workforce or continue your business studies. The program allows students to develop the skills required for all disciplines of business by completing a professional core, while at the same time providing students with the flexibility to explore various aspects of business including:
- Human Resources Management
- Organizational Behavior
What Can You Do With A Business Degree?
Through our unique hands-on approach to business studies, students develop a basic knowledge of business needed for an entry-level administrative support or managerial position. Our associate degree also provides the groundwork to pursue continued studies at a four-year institution as a business major.
A business degree is one of the most sought-after degrees, preparing students for career opportunities in both the public and private sectors. From marketing and accounting to management and information technology, no other college in the country offers the depth of experience in teaching students with learning differences. Landmark College has a long and successful record of preparing students with learning differences to gain access to four-year degree programs and creating a foundation for a career in business.
Our goal is to prepare students to be independent thinkers with the skills necessary to analyze information to make sound decisions based on data and projections.
Upon completing the Associate of Arts Degree in Business Studies, a graduate will be able to:
1. Develop an understanding of business fundamentals.
2. Develop leadership skills.
3. Understand basic marketing theory.
4. Learn about quantitative aspects of U.S. business.
All business majors must complete the General Education Core, which provides a balanced exposure to the liberal arts, including English, arts and humanities, the sciences, and the social sciences.