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Business Administration Program

The mission of the Business Department is to provide business students, in a manner consistent with the mission of the college, a solid foundation for careers in private or tribal enterprise or government agencies.  We see, in addition, to prepare business students to continue their education at a four-year institution in programs such as Business Administration, Business Management, Marketing or Accounting.  We seek to impart a level of knowledge and critical thinking about business concepts that will allow students to successfully learn about contemporary business issues presented in the general media.

Degree Program

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Curriculum Map - Business Administration

Employment of business and financial operations occupations is projected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations, adding about 632,400 new jobs. A stronger regulatory environment is driving the demand for more accountants and auditors who prepare and examine financial documents. This median annual wage for business and financial occupations was $65,710 in May 2015, which was higher than the median annual wage for all occupations of $36,200. (US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015).

According to Payscale.com, the following were the national average salaries in 2017. Some positions may require a bachelor’s degree.  

Office Manager $50,000
Senior Buyer $50,980
Human Resources (HR) Generalist $47,000
Business Office Manager $40,150
Executive Assistant $50,500

To learn more about the Associate of Arts in Business Administration Program, contact BMCC Academics:

Email:  a_academics@bmcc.edu
Office Phone: (906) 248-8475

“My professors were knowledgeable and the BMCC staff was excellent. BMCC’s atmosphere was friendly and inviting. It was a pleasure completing my degree at BMCC.”  
-- Rick Brown Jr., Entrepreneur

“The small class size and setting made it a great atmosphere to prepare for interacting in the workplace.”  
-- Chris Toulouse, 2016 Lake Superior State University Student

John White teaching one of his business classes.