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After You Graduate

After You GraduateCareer Prospects 

A business degree gives you the flexibility to seek employment in a variety of fields and industries. The wide-range of skills that form the core of a business administration program opens doors in education, government, private business and retail.

Opportunities range from office assistant positions to restaurant and retail management. A retail store manager, for example, can earn up to $47,015 with an associate degree.*

Other opportunities can include:

  • Human resources
  • Market research
  • Public relations
  • Sales
  • Financial analysis
  • and more

Continuing Your Education

While this program is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills required to seek employment, you may wish to continue your education.

An Associate in Arts degree from Miami Dade College is a great way to begin your path to a bachelor's degree. When you earn your AA, you're guaranteed admission to any institution within Florida's State University System. Additionally, the College maintains articulation agreements with many other public and private institutions, allowing you ample opportunity to pursue a four-year degree throughout the country.

But you don't have to leave the College to earn a bachelor's degree. Take advantage of the value and quality for which this institution has built a national reputation and earn your Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management right here at Miami Dade College.

*Source information: PayScale.com




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