Business Administration Programs
Prepare for your professional office career
From medical careers to marketing and business management, Bates' business administration programs will help you to prepare for jobs in a professional setting. You will get hands-on computer, record keeping and customer relations skills that are important in a variety of office support positions. Whether you hope to join a health care team or take on another administrative function, our career training programs will provide the foundation you need for starting a career in an administrative capacity
- Administrative Medical Assistant
- Administrative Office Assistant
- Marketing and Business Management
Bates Technical College's Business Administration programs will provide a quality student-centered learning environment that prepares students with skills to obtain gainful employment. Qualified and dedicated faculty support local industry needs through delivering high-quality instruction that also offers business professionals opportunities to enhance and update their skills.
The objectives of the Business Administration programs are to:
- Provide quality credit courses, certificates, and degrees to meet student interests and the assessed employment needs of the service area.
- Provide quality instruction by placing emphasis on the teaching/learning process, professional faculty development, and selection/retention of outstanding faculty.
- Provide quality instruction that prepares students to succeed in upper-level courses, should they continue their education at four-year colleges.
The programs in Business Administration are compatible and consistent with the college's mission. Of particular note are the Associate in Applied Science degrees that are supported by highly-qualified faculty and strong relationships with area employers through high placement rates of students in internship positions and graduates in related-field jobs.
Curriculum Development and Assessment
The process for curriculum development and assessment is available through the Curriculum and Assessment Committees webpage.