â€œOur goal is to educate and train individuals to give them the edge they need to move their career ahead and develop into the leaders that businesses seek.â€?
Business Administration The Associate Degree in Business Administration provides instruction in basic business administration competencies. You will be trained on computer skills and software applications necessary to succeed in a business environment. The Associates Degree is designed to provide a foundation that will enable you to seek and apply for management roles in your area of specialty. Additionally, as a graduate, you could use your knowledge and leadership abilities to address a wide variety of issues in your specialty as well as broader public issues.
Excellent job opportunities are expected for students with two year business degrees. Many small companies are emerging and will need well-trained administrative support. Individuals in entry level positions in the business sector occupied about 4.1 million jobs, standing as one of the biggest careers in the U.S. workforce. The position of the office professional has greatly developed as technology continues to be relied upon in most businesses throughout the country. A wide range of duties that were once given to managerial and professional staff are now delegated to entry level administrative positions, due to office automation and organizational restructuring.
Interested candidates should apply early. Applications can be made in person at 4242 South Sheridan or by contacting an Admissions team member at 918.610.0027 or via email at admissions@ communitycarecollege.edu. Log on to www. communitycarecollege.edu for an on-line application.
Online Program • 20 month program and classes begin approximately every 4 weeks
Financial Assistance • Pell Grant and Federal Student Loans are available to those who qualify • Private Lenders
Working Conditions Business Administration graduates usually work in well-lit, clean environments. The hours are generally weekdays.
Physical Requirements Physical requirements can vary from sedentary to heavy activity depending upon what type of duties the Business Administrator is performing. Hearing If hearing impaired, must possess reasonable alternative communication skills. Speech Must demonstrate ability to functionally express self orally and/or in writing.
• Voc-Rehab, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Workforce Oklahoma and Veteran’s Education
Vision Must possess normal vision or correctable to within normal ranges.
Mental & Emotional Requirements
• High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED) • Admittance Essay
Because people in business work with the public, they must be neat and well-groomed, and have a courteous, pleasant manner.
Students who wish to further their education beyond the diploma program have the option of attending CCC’s Associates of Occupational Science Degree Program. The degree program is designed to provide a foundation that will enable degree holders to seek and apply for management roles in their specialties.
Community Care College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) and is Licensed by the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools and is recognized by the United States Department of Education and authorized by Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to offer Associate Degrees. Disclosures regarding the College’s programs related to consumer information/gainful employment are provided for each eligible program at http://www.collegesooner.com/consumer-information/ Community Care College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital or veteran status, or qualified disability.
Published on Aug 9, 2012
The Associate of Occupational Science in Business Administration program provides instruction in basic business administration competencies.