BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
at Thaddeus Stevens College

The BUAD Classroom

Program Objectives

Curriculum

Faculty

Tool List

Alumni

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Skills/Job & Salary Outloo
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All organizations need well-trained, effective office support personnel in order to operate successfully. Administrative workers are employed in virtually every sector of the economy, working in positions as varied as accountants, sales associates, computer specialists, administrative assistants, and clerical managers and supervisors. Job openings are plentiful, working conditions are comfortable, and opportunities for advancement are within your reach.

The Business Administration program at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology provides students with the skills and knowledge required to succeed in this field. Our faculty are focused on preparing our students to skillfully manage rapidly changing technology, computer software, and equipment. Along with practical training in modern office procedures, students study traditional courses needed for a successful career in business. An education that includes business communications, public speaking, and organizational behavior ensures that students enter the workforce with the skills desired by employers.

Employment Opportunities
Business professionals find careers in all types of organizations including:

  • Banking
  • Manufacturing
  • Legal Services
  • Educational Institutions
  • Construction
  • Government Agencies
  • Charitable Organizations

Job titles for recent graduates include:

  •  Administrative Assistant
  •  Office Manager
  •  Personal Financial Specialist
  •  Bookkeeper
  •  Retail Manager

In addition, many students choose to continue their education at a four-year college or university after graduation. Examples include Elizabethtown College, Millersville University, West Chester University, Lock Haven University, Eastern Mennonite University, and East Stroudsburg University.