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About Business Administration

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The skills most students need to establish a business administration career include financial transaction reporting, computerized accounting, and mastering office software.

At Charter College, students will receive a well-rounded introduction to the business environment through exposure to these core functional areas of business. The program also provides opportunities for students to hone their communication, research, and critical thinking skills.

Business Information by State

  • State of Alaska
    Contains links to Alaska business agencies and programs.
  • Access Washington
    All fifty states have their own Web sites. Each of these sites contains links to state business agencies and programs.
  • Open Directory - Regional: North America: United States
    A listing of state Web sites leads to regional, county, and municipal Web sites. Just select a state and click on the "Government" link. Most cities and counties have a Web presence that can provide links to chambers of commerce, local newspapers, and local industry statistics.
 

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