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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.
My name is Alyson Harris. I am currently enrolled in the Medical Assistant course at Ross Medical Education Center. I think Ross Medical Education Center is a wonderful place to learn, not only because of the job preparation and knowledge they give you, but also because of the care from the staff and the close friendships formed that becomes your support system all through your education. The dedication of the instructors to give you the best learning experience possible shows through all the extra work put in to help us succeed in all aspects of the course. Going back to school was a difficult decision for me but Ross has made it so much easier. That is why I would recommend attending any of their programs to anyone just beginning their college education or looking for a career change.Alyson Harris Graduate Medical Assistant student at Brighton, MI campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
The education and the hands-on training I received at Ross was so much more than I ever expected. I feel so confident in my abilities for my career as a medical assistant. The staff and instructors are here to help you with anything that you need to succeed. They really do care about you and your goals in life. I recommend Ross to anyone wanting to make a positive change in their life.Stephanie Mynatt Graduate Medical Assistant student at Muncie, IN campus Graduation: February 26, 2019
Hey! I'm Catie Brown, I am twenty-three years old, and I came to Ross Medical Education Center to find my career pathway. Ross is my light at the end of the tunnel. I have struggled with confidence in the past and that has kept me away from school. I am proud to be a Pharmacy Technician student here at Ross and I am working on being proud of who I am everyday.Caitlin Brown Graduate Pharmacy Technician student at Kalamazoo, MI campus Graduation: August 26, 2019
My experience at Ross Medical Education Center has been life-changing! I love that we learn so much in such a short period of time. The teachers are so encouraging and they do their best to help you understand what they're teaching, even if it takes extra time. The program is very well organized and everyone is so welcoming. I couldn't ask for a better experience.Abigail Floyd Graduate Medical Assistant student at Port Huron, MI campus Graduation: March 17, 2020
Ross has helped me to realize even higher goals than I could have imagined for myself. I like the multi-cultural environment. Ross values diversity and gives back to the community through volunteer opportunities. I have been inspired to even pursue my master's degree and eventually my PhD. With English being my second language, it is a huge challenge for me to grasp the clinical part of the program, but because of the different resources and help that Ross has provided for me, I am more efficient and confident of my abilities as a future medical assistant.Isabelita Tatman Graduate Medical Assistant student at Fort Wayne, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019