Are you ready to launch your small business and need help getting started? Or maybe you’re interested in a career in finance or want to lead a non-profit organization? You’re on the path to an MBA? Entrepreneurship, finance, marketing or general business: Whatever your business career goal, the OCC Career Advantage program in Business Administration can help you reach it. We can prepare you for success in this wide-open field where the pay can match your dreams: The median annual wage for business and financial occupations is $67,710, but successful, driven entrepreneurs and management-level business professionals can and do earn a lot more: sales managers earned a median annual income of $114,492 in 2017. Start or build your business career at OCC. Read on to learn more about the OCC Career Advantage program in Business Administration.
A sampling of courses for these careers
Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Principles of Advertising
Introduction to Marketing
Did you know?
Business and financial occupations paid $62,500, on average, in 2012. Workers in this sector with less than a bachelor’s degree can earn more than the national median wage, according to the Association for Career Technical Education.
Complete one of our certificate programs, and you’ll be well-prepared to enter a career in business administration, or build upon your skills if you’re already employed in the field.
In less than 2 years
you can earn:
Certificate of Achievement
Build on your certificate
of achievement with a:
Certificate of Specialization
Or earn your
in under 4 years
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Other Programs That Might Interest You
Explore three programs that prepare you to manage others in a leadership role
Launch a career in marketing or specialize through one of our six programs
Choose from nine certificates that prepare you to enter the field – or advance through specialization
Did you know?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people who have a certificate as
their highest level of education earned, on average, 20 percent more than
those whose highest education level is a high school diploma.
Jordan Clark, M.S.
Career Technical Education & Career Services Outreach Specialist
Katie Ottoson, M.S.
Counselor, CTE and