Business Management Program at Platt College
Earn your Associate’s Degree in as little as 15-months!
The Business Management Hybrid program at Platt College prepares graduates for business-related fields such as sales, marketing, operations, finance, accounting, human resources, or office administration.
Graduates are awarded an Associate of Arts in Business Management.
This business management course in college features instruction that will familiarize students with the core business functions, supplemented by coursework geared towards introducing and improving key business skills:
- How to develop a business plan
- Basic accounting and bookkeeping
- Marketing and sales effectiveness
- Managing and motivating employees
- Business law
- Becoming an entrepreneur
- Application of select business software
Our curriculum combines interactive learning with opportunities to apply theory to real-world business situations through group projects and case studies. With this teaching approach, students can learn from Industry professionals, helping them acquire the skills and knowledge they need to pursue careers in professional settings of their choice.
- Program will be taught through a combination of online and on-campus courses.
- All program courses have been predetermined to be either online or on-ground
GRADUATION FROM THE PROGRAM DOES NOT GUARANTEE ENTRY INTO ANY CAREER. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS MAY APPLY DEPENDING ON AN INDIVIDUAL’S PREVIOUS EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE.
Business Management graduates typically pursue entry-level career opportunities in a broad spectrum of positions essential to operating and growing a business: sales, marketing, data analysis, bookkeeping, human resources, employee administration, and office management.
The Business Management Hybrid
- Introduction to Business Management and Operations
- Business Planning
- Business Law
- Business Communication
- Finance and Accounting
- Human Resources Management
- Ethics and Professional
- Capstone course (including the development of a business plan)
Except as expressly provided in California Education Code Section 94898, Platt College reserves the right to modify policies, course schedules, curricula or courses within reason due to exigent circumstances, program upgrades and/or content changes, and to cancel programs of study, modes of delivery, upcoming start dates or individual courses as it deems necessary. If a course or program is canceled, the school may schedule course completion at a later date or refund all monies paid for the canceled course or program if the student does not wish to continue with the program at the later date. All Platt College programs are not available at all locations, please see an Admissions Representative for more information on specific enrollment information.