About this course
Most students who study business administration and economics transfer to complete their four-year degrees and then master's or professional degrees, and work in corporations, small businesses, banks, accounting firms, actuarial science, and a host of other business-related settings. If you have considered combining business studies with a career in teaching, you may want to look more closely at East Georgia's Business Education Program. East Georgia's associate degree program will build your business and communication skills, which play a fundamental role in any career field. Your possibilities for future careers are limitless.