Associate in Business Administration

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Become a valuable asset with practical skills that can be applied to many industries.


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Total Program Credits:
92 Credits

Transfer Credits:
Transfer in up to 75% of the program
*Prior learning and work experience may count toward program credit

Program Length:
6 quarters full time
18 months with year-round classes

Employment Rate:
71% for 2013 - 2014

Salary Range:
Full-time $20,800 - $26,520

Broadview University’s business administration associate degree is an important beginning to a fulfilling career. This degree places graduates’ feet firmly on a solid path because it teaches so many vital skills.

Full-time students can earn an associate degree in business administration in as few as 18 months with full-time, year-round enrollment, making it a readily-achievable goal. In that time, students learn skills, such as accounting, technology, marketing, communication, supervision and management. Our instructors incorporate applied learning, and students benefit from many years of combined experience.

Highlights of the Business Administration Associate Program

There are many benefits that our associate program for business administration offers. A few of the highlights are:

  • Obtain the degree in only 18 months with full-time, year-round enrollment
  • Take convenient courses online or on campus
  • Enroll in campus classes that are offered during the day or in the evening
  • Enjoy small class sizes
  • Learn through interactive and hands-on activities
  • Find a job with the help of our ongoing career assistance

Contact Us Today to Learn More and to Enroll

Contact us to get your questions answered and to get started with your enrollment. Broadview University admissions representatives are skilled at answering most questions.

Request more information online or call us at 1-877-480-3335 to get started today.

Student Outcome Disclosure


Customer Service Strategies

This course focuses on customer service strategies that lead to a competitive advantage for the business organization. Students study the interrelationships of customer service and other facets of a successful business.


Business Law

The course introduces legal issues affecting businesses, including classifications of laws, contracts, sales transactions, negotiable instruments, employment law and landlordtenant law.


Small Business Management

This course introduces small business management in the real world. Topics include writing business plans, financial report analysis, business acquisition, government regulations and legal issues affecting small businesses, site selection, and assessing future prospects of a business. There is a major focus on entrepreneurial activities and the traits of entrepreneurs. Students integrate their work and life experiences with case studies, class projects and discussion as they investigate problems and opportunities involved in operation of small businesses.

Here are a few examples of companies that have employed our graduates:

Business Administration Associates Graduates July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2014

  • Acosta Sales & Marketing
  • All Valley Animal Care Center 
  • Deseret Biologicals, Inc.
  • Energy Solutions
  • Insurance Marketing Strategies
  • Midco Supply
  • Quick Loan
  • Red Leaf Resources
  • Standard Life and Casualty Insurance Co
  • Talisker Mountain