Business Administration Degrees

A business administration degree is versatile, practical and popular with employers in all industries.

The degree can further your career, whether it’s in management, finance, marketing, administration or communications. At Globe University, we offer diploma, certificate, associate, bachelor’s. MBA and DBA programs that accommodate your professional goals.

Why a Business Administration degree?

  • Interdisciplinary degree provides a well-rounded education
  • Required for many management positions
  • Variety of career options
  • High-demand degree
  • Transferable job skills
  • Become more employable

Business Administration Degrees

Globe University’s business administration degree programs and diplomas include:

At Globe University, our business administration degree programs allow you to seamlessly build upon your previous education with us so that you don’t lose credits along the way. The diploma credits can be applied toward an associate degree, the associate degree credits toward the bachelor’s, the bachelor’s credits toward the MBA, and the MBA credits toward the DBA.

All of our business administration bachelor’s program courses are offered at several campus locations across Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota. Our master’s program courses are offered at our Minneapolis campus location. Doctor of Business Administration program courses are offered at our Minneapolis campus location.

 

This program is offered at:

Wisconsin

South Dakota

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Career Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics projected
employment growth rates for 2014-2024

General and Operations Managers
10th Percentile Salary $44,190
25th Percentile Salary $64,750
50th Percentile Salary $97,730
Administrative Services Managers
10th Percentile Salary $46,430
25th Percentile Salary $63,200
50th Percentile Salary $86,110
Management Analysts
10th Percentile Salary $45,970
25th Percentile Salary $60,450
50th Percentile Salary $81,320
Office and Administrative Support
10th Percentile Salary $19,840
25th Percentile Salary $25,130
50th Percentile Salary $33,200

This annual salary is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the medium income for the profession.