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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.
Ross Medical Education Center is a great place to learn. The staff and teachers are all very knowledgeable and friendly! I love being a Ross student.Brian Lloyd Graduate Medical Assistant student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: July 31, 2019
Completing a certificate in Medical Assisting through Ross Medical has jumpstarted my career! I was recently hired on at an oncology office which is such an amazing opportunity. I have gained so much valuable experience and I am continuing to learn new information and gain new experience every time I am at work.Hope Bockover Graduate Medical Assistant student at Kokomo, IN campus Graduation: November 10, 2017
My name is Robin. I started at Ross in September 2018. Enrolling for a medical assistant has been very challenging but so very rewarding. It's been the best academic experience of my life. I could not have picked a better school for myself and my needs. The staff has been amazing!Robin Whalen Graduate Medical Assistant student at Flint, MI campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
I have never been good at school, so thinking about taking classes again made me very anxious and unsure if this was what I even really wanted. I feel confident that I made the right decision. The instructors really care about you and your academic goals. They do everything they can to help guide you through your Medical Assistant journey. Without their support, I would have really struggled to want to stick with the program. So, a huge THANK YOU to Ebony Whitney for your unconditional support and all the extra time you spent helping me!Gena Hicks Graduate Dental Assistant student at Fort Wayne, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
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