Today’s global economy offers boundless opportunities, but only for those who are prepared. When you enroll in Peninsula College’s Business Administration Program, you will begin a process of education and learning that can prepare you for immediate employment, advancement in your current job, or successful transfer to a four-year college or university. The program is designed to develop the skills necessary to be successful in a competitive job market.
The Business Administration Program offers three different degree options: Accounting, Management, and Entrepreneurship. The program also offers short-term certificates leading toward the degree options. The Washington State Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board reports a skill gap in business, management, and sales jobs, where the jobs exceed worker supply. Students develop a foundation of knowledge in business, accounting, management, entrepreneurship, and application software related to business and communication. The Business Administration degrees can be completed online.
Previous graduates have found employment in education, government, private industry, and self-employment in a wide variety of career paths related to business, accounting, and management.
Program learning outcomes are listed on individual options linked below.
Gainful Employment (GE) is a federal reporting and disclosure requirement for programs that prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. This information is provided in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education Gainful Employment Programs Disclosure regulations. Information will be regularly updated as new data becomes available.
- BA Accounting AAS Degree.pdf
- BA Accounting AAS-T Degree.pdf
- BA Entrepreneurship Foundations AAS Degree.pdf
- BA Entrepreneurship Foundations AAS-T Degree.pdf
- BA Management AAS Degree.pdf
- BA Management AAS-T Degree.pdf
- BA Business Administration Certificate.pdf
- BA Business Foundations Certificate.pdf