When asking yourself whether or not you should major in business, there are five main factors to consider that might ultimately help you say "yes" to a business degree.
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To help you get a better handle on the value of a marketing degree, we took a closer look at some of the outcomes and the work it will take to succeed as a marketing professional.
The world of higher education is not the same one you remember from your high school days. Today there are several paths to earning your degree your way. There’s even one option that will allow you to capitalize on the accounting experience you’ve already acquired in the field.
An associate’s degree in business management can provide you with the foundational knowledge on which to build a career, and you can earn it in as few as 18 months. Read on to learn more about your career options with an associate’s degree in business management.
We highlighted the three most popular credentials for accounting professionals and broken down everything you need to know in a three-way comparison of CMA versus CPA versus CFA.
With so many specializations within business degree programs, it can be a bit daunting when trying to decide which best fits your interests or career aspirations. To help you decipher the diversity, we broke down a list of some of the most common types of business degrees, the courses to expect and some examples of the jobs you can do with them.
Earning a business degree is a big decision and typically requires answers to multiple questions. So we conducted a survey to help you get the answers you're looking for.
We dissected the two fields into a side-by-side comparison to help you answer the big question: finance or accounting? Keep reading to see which degree you should pursue.
You want to be an accountant, but you're not so sure your current lifestyle - already full of work and family - can handle a traditional degree program. An online accounting program might be the perfect solution. Learn about five intriguing courses you can expect.
When earning your degree, there are many doors that open for you allowing for more experience and opportunities in your chosen field. For business students, this door is Collegiate DECA. Being a part of DECA allows you to gain those leadership skills you might be lacking, and it provides you the opportunity to meet people that can help take you further in your business career.
Have you always wanted to be in the lead? If so, then pursuing a top level management position may be just what you have been looking for in your career.
It's easy to think all accounting programs are the same-the skills you learn should be universal, no matter where you go to school, right? Not so fast. This article is written to highlight 10 things that showcase how the Rasmussen College accounting program distinguishes itself among its competition.