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Business Management Program
The Associate of Applied Science in Business Management degree program equips graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the contemporary world of business management. The associate’s degree program provides knowledge and skills which can lead to opportunities for promotion for those currently working as managers.
The curriculum reaches this objective through coursework in management principles, technical business procedures, computer operations, and general education. The program prepares the graduate to seek a variety of entry-level management positions.
A manager oversees all of the daily tasks in their department or organization. They are often in charge of hiring and training new staff members and coaching, disciplining, or firing existing employees. They act as a liaison between the senior management and the employees and situations in their department or location. There are a variety of types of managers that are usually titled based on what or whom they manage. For example, there are project managers, store managers, marketing managers, product managers, etc.
At the end of the Business Management program, all students will complete a capstone experience. This is a culminating project that showcases both the academic and intellectual growth and accomplishments for each student. In the Ross Business Management program capstone experience, each student will select a business topic and then research and write a comprehensive paper about the topic before presenting it to the class.
One of the most difficult things to do in life is to start. Ross is where I started. Ross did an excellent job providing information, tools, advice, and homework that helped me discover that there are no ideal conditions and what matters is that I take action to start somewhere; a valuable lesson to integrate into all aspects of my life.Haider Almosawi Graduate Medical Assistant student at Saginaw, MI campus Graduation: November 15, 2018
I can honestly say that enrolling in the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program at Ross Medical has changed my life for the better. I can take what I have learned and get a better paying job to support my family and grow professionally. The staff and students are like a second family to me. Not only have I learned about coding and office administration, I have formed life-long friendships.Nicole Brenner Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Knoxville, TN campus Graduation: March 12, 2019
I chose Ross Medical Education Center to better my life for myself and my children. They have several courses to choose from. From the moment I walked through the doors, I could tell they had a very professional, encouraging, and caring staff to help me succeed. Since day one they've been understanding and kind in all the situations life has dealt me through this exciting journey. Ross has changed my life by allowing me to find the part of myself that has been locked away. Strength. Because of their support, I have pushed myself to be better not only in school but in life. It has given me confidence and courage I didn't know I had. I feel secure in life knowing they have my back and I now have the ability to have my own career and never have to depend on anyone. By making the decision to come to Ross, I've changed my tomorrow today.Jessica Walker Graduate Medical Assistant student at Owensboro, KY campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
My experience at Ross has been wonderful to say the least. The staff here truly cares for the students' success, and it shows. I am glad to be a part of such a great team! Thank you all for the opportunity to change my tomorrow today!Sheena Tipton Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Flint, MI campus Graduation: April 2, 2019
My name is Jason Barton and I graduated from Ross in 2012. I have been privileged since then to be able to help Ross with guest speaking engagements, mock interviews, delivering speeches at the graduation ceremonies, and being an advisory board member. For the last two and a half years, I have been even more privileged to be an instructor here at Ross. I am so thankful to be able to give back to Ross, which has given me so much.Jason Barton Graduate Medical Assistant student at Kalamazoo, MI campus Graduation: December 6, 2012