Business Management & Administration

Programs of study

  • Business Management & Administration

Possible Careers

If you see yourself managing teams of people to get projects done, crunching numbers to keep costs down, or becoming an entrepreneur and starting your own venture, then Business, Management & Administration could be the right program for you.

  • Financial Manager
  • Human resources manager
  • General operations manager

Certifications and licensing

  • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
  • STC Customer Service Certificate

Program highlights

businessThis cluster relates to planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.

Real world experiences are practiced in business classes as students learn problem-solving skills, how to work in teams, and research career opportunities available. Courses provide students the opportunity to acquire occupational skills necessary for a business career such as effective communication, business technology such as Microsoft Office, and math skills used for budgeting, pricing, marketing, and many other areas of a company’s operations. Students participate in work-based experiences and prepare for further instruction in higher education.

Some courses require an application and acceptance into the program.

Student organizations

One of the best ways to acquire experience in your chosen career is by joining a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO).

Graduation planning

Endorsement: Business & Industry