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Business Administration

A jack-of-all-trades major with serious growth potential in business. Business Administration is your key to getting in a managerial position.

Any career in business can benefit from a business administration degree, whether your goal is a small business or a corporate board room. We give you the solid understanding you need in multiple disciplines, with enough depth so you can shine in higher-level business discussions. Employers seek out business administration majors because of their critical thinking skills, strong business knowledge, and management potential.

This major sets you up for generalist managerial positions, which are needed in businesses around the world and won’t tie you down to one particular business function. You’ll benefit from studying in our highly-respected program if you want to own/operate a small business, enter corporate management training programs or perform analytical work and projects within an organization. You’ll also be perfectly position to go onto graduate studies; take a look at our dual degree program and see how you can start working on your MBA while you’re still an undergraduate!

A business administration degree and leadership skills helped Leah Barteld Clague '07 become an associate attorney at McLaughlin Law Group. Download a transcript of this video.
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Your future In Business Administration

Our graduates have gone on to work for Adams Electric Cooperative, Armstrong World Industries, Capital Blue Cross, Harley Davidson, the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, Shipley Energy and Tyco Electronics.
Contact Us
Graham School of Business
Jefrey Woodall, Ph.D., Director of Undergraduate Studies
Willman Business Center, Room 114
Phone: 717.815.1248
jwoodall@ycp.edu

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