American InterContinental University

Associate of Arts in Business Administration (AABA) - Business

If you want to earn your AABA degree online, AIU Online's Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration helps prepare students to enter today's demanding business world with a unique blend of courses. This entry – level online degree program, designed with working adults in mind, provides students with a liberal arts foundation that focuses on a broad base of fundamental business courses and general education requirements to foster critical thinking and communication skills.

The AABA degree program provides a working knowledge of business fundamentals, taught by instructors who have relevant experience and a firsthand understanding of the business world. The main objectives for this course are for students to learn:

  • Understanding of the principles and processes involved in the functional areas of business careers.
  • Understanding of the fundamental principles and methods involved in marketing.
  • Understanding of the economic standards, financial markets, banking, and the business economy.
  • Understanding how technology is evolving in the business world and how to use computer applications and systems as learning tools.

AIU is aware that focused professionals need to keep their knowledge and expertise current with industry standards in order to be acknowledged for their accomplishments and considered for future opportunities, so AIU degree programs are regularly updated to keep pace with the ever-changing theories and practices of their respective disciplines .The AIU community believes it has a special commitment to support each individual's goals and emphasis on the educational, professional, and personal growth of each student.

Accreditation:

American InterContinental University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

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