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Have you ever wished you could be more like Arnold Schwarzenegger? Well, put those weights down and go get a degree in Business Administration. Business Administration is a branch of Business & Management and, basically, even if you are a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree alumni, you will have to learn how to keep track of performance within a company and apply major decisions – all of these actions having the sole purpose of creating a better and more profitable business.

There may not be a more interdisciplinary degree than a Business Administration degree, seeing as it combines theoretical constructs and practical solutions with notions of Finance, Economics, Human Resources, Marketing, Information Systems, Accounting, and Law.

As a graduate of a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Business Administration (BBA or MBA), your job offers will be varied and quite impressive, seeing how you can become a:

• Business Owner
• Risk Management Consultant
• Financial Planner
• Purchasing Agent
• Research Analyst
• Marketing Representative
• Quality Assurance Specialist
• Office Manager

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