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Bachelor in Business Administration

What can you do with a Bachelor in Business Administration?


A business administration degree helps you develop the fundamental skills you need to become an entrepreneurial thinker and decision-maker. Most business programs include coursework in accounting, marketing, finance, human resources and information technology. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), business continues to be the most popular undergraduate degree program in the U.S. Of the 3 million students who completed bachelor’s degrees in the 2019-2020 school year, 387,900 were business majors.

Earning a degree in business administration can pay off, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). BLS reports employment in business and financial operations occupations are projected to grow 7% from 2021 to 2031. In addition, the median annual salary for those employed in business and financial occupations in 2021 was $76,570—much higher than the median salary for all occupations of $45,760.

Here are a few popular jobs you might consider with an undergraduate degree in business administration.

  • Accountant

  • Administrative Services Manager

  • Financial Analyst

  • Health Services Manager

  • Human Resources Specialist

  • Management Analyst

  • Market Research Analyst

  • Marketing Manager