Your Business Primer
SNHU's on campus and online associate degree in business offers a well-rounded introduction to business administration. Because the program touches on so many core business areas — from microeconomics to managerial accounting — you'll graduate with the following advantages:
- Excellent Communication Skills – You'll learn how to successfully reach an audience both on paper and in person.
- Business Foundation to Build On – With an associate business degree, you'll discover new options waiting for you after graduation, whether you want to test the job market or pursue a bachelor's degree.
- Understanding of What it Takes to Lead – Through course work and projects, you'll begin to build the leadership skills needed to successfully manage a team.
- Core Business Skills – From learning how to solve problems creatively to strategic planning techniques, you'll gain the broad business training needed to launch your career.
Options after Graduation
A degree in business administration offers a wide range of career possibilities. For more information, see SNHU's Career Development Center – Business Administration Outlook.
Career Resources for Students Interested in an Accounting AS
Occupational Outlook Handbook
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics - Psychologists
SNHU's Career Development Center – Business Administration Outlook
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Phi Theta Kappa
An international honor society that recognizes and encourages scholarships for two-year associate degree programs. Phi Theta Kappa strives to develop opportunities for leadership, fellowship and service, as well as provide an intellectual climate for continued academic excellence.
Delta Mu Delta
The international honor society for business programs accredited by the Association for Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Southern New Hampshire University represents the Gamma Nu chapter of Delta Mu Delta Honor Society. Its purpose is to promote and recognize higher scholarship in training for business and to reward scholastic achievement in business subjects.
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