The Business Management program in Bowling Green, Kentucky is designed to prepare current and future employees for the fast-paced changes encountered in entry-level management and administrative office positions, so they are better prepared to fill the numerous and varied opportunities that are available in the marketplace today.
This specially designed program is taught by professional school instructors. Students at the Bowling Green, KY campus participate in a relevant curriculum developed by industry professionals and college administration.
The 13 specific content areas that you will focus on include:
- Human Resource Management
- Computer Applications
- Business Communications
- Business Law
- Small Business Management
- Principles of Management
- Business Math
- Retail Management
The Business Management program has been designed to link these specific core areas directly to the core competencies required for success at the managerial and supervisory level in a variety of industries. Daymar College's Business Management program in Bowling Green, KY is appropriate for entry-level management, supervision, directing and conducting the affairs of business for retail, wholesale, suppliers, vendors and distributors.
Daymar College’s Associate degree in Business Management at the Bowling Green, KY campus combines focused training with instructor-led lab exercises that can give you the edge you need in the workplace. You can build on what you learn in the Business Management diploma program.
Preparing for a career as an entrepreneur or company manager can lead to a successful career in the business industry, but the right education from the right school is vital. Give yourself a head start in business by getting an Associate degree or diploma from Daymar College – Bowling Green, KY. Contact us today to learn more about this popular Business Management program. We look forward to hearing from you.
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