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Business Administration, A.A.S.

Start your career path by studying management basics with a focus in finance, management, or marketing to suit your interests and goals.

The School of Management is no longer accepting applications for this degree program.


What You’ll Learn

In the two-year Business Administration, A.A.S., you’ll gain a foundation in economics, software applications, communications, and more to kickstart your career in this flexible and fast-paced industry.

You may choose to focus your degree in accounting, finance, management, or marketing through courses in areas such as human resource management, new product development, small business and entrepreneurial creation, and more.

Career Options

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Bookkeeper
  • Financial Analyst
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Risk Management Specialist
  • Sales Manager

“I started my studies at the Old Westbury campus at night while working full time during the day. I really enjoyed the professors and learning alongside other professionals who were my classmates.”

Debra Vogel (A.A.S. ’85)

President and Owner, Paradigm Management LLC

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The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

How You’ll Succeed

Upon earning your A.A.S. degree, you may choose to transition to our four-year bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Management, Marketing, International Business, and more.

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Accredited

The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

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