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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 an awesome place to attend. The Veterinary Assisting program is great. The staff is so friendly and the instructors are great!Whitney Beach Graduate Veterinary Assistant student at Erlanger, KY campus Graduation: January 11, 2011
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
I was tired of saying I was going to go back to school and never taking the initiative to follow through. Finally, I did it and signed up at Ross Medical Education Center. I always doubted myself, but my instructors and the staff never did. Going to Ross was not only the best decision for me, but also for my family. I am currently working as a Medical Assistant and love my Job. If you have dreams, go for them. Never give up on your tomorrow!Jennifer Mccray Graduate Medical Assistant student at Kokomo, IN campus Graduation: December 29, 2017
It was my dream to return to school. Ross' Medical Assisting program stood out to me. I am thankful for the support of the amazing faculty and the smaller class size that allowed me to succeed!Kelsi Blankenship, Graduate Medical Assistant student at Muncie, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
Hello! My name is Raeven Barnes. I am twenty five years old, and I am from Kalamazoo, MI. I made the decision to come to Ross Medical because I was sick. I was basically living in the hospital on and off for about ten years. I saw the opposite side of the medical world while being a patient and fighting for my life. Unfortunately, while being under the care of certain medical professionals, there was little to no empathy. I started to have this desire to help others like me. I have been through the storm in my life and now that I'm healthy I am so happy to be attending Ross. I can't wait to become a Pharmacy Technician and make a difference in someone's life.Raeven Barnes Graduate Pharmacy Technician student at Kalamazoo, MI campus Graduation: August 26, 2019