Business Administration Program Produces Strong Leaders
Written by Pamela Wendell
This press release focuses on Centennial College's Business Administration program which gives students the opportunity to experience decision-making, management practices and leadership in ways that no other institution can.
TORONTO - The administration of a business includes the performance or management of business operations and decision making as well as the efficient organization of people and other resources to direct activities toward common goals and objectives. This requires strong minds and of course, a strong education in business administration. Centennial College's three year Business Administration program gives students the opportunity to experience decision-making, management practices and leadership in ways that no other program, or institution, can.
While learning the business basics - marketing, human resources, accounting, supply chain and operations, applied business software and management - students can also focus on their growth as leaders and decision-makers at Centennial. Through business administration college, students learn to become leaders and gain comprehensive, value-added knowledge of all areas of business and management. At Centennial, students earn a business administration diploma and learn to become well-rounded graduates who have the option of entering the workforce immediately, or continuing studies at any one of a wide-range of degree-granting institutions. They learn through hands-on assignments that simulate actual business situations. These students also work with a team on the next business trend or innovative service offerings. They manage projects, find efficiencies, adopt a hiring mindset, and leverage their financial know-how into smart, strategic business decisions.
Upon graduation, Centennial's graduates are prepared for careers as managers, supervisors, coordinators, business officers and small business owners or franchise management. They prepare for a smooth transition to the workplace, based on "hands-on" learning including: extensive case analyses, directed research, and experiential learning. They expand their interactive and online skills with technology-supported learning and stimulate their innovative minds in small class environments with ample opportunities to work on team projects. Centennial's graduates also get to leverage opportunities to pursue further studies in business administration at the degree level through robust articulation agreements with universities across the globe in ways no other institution can. Centennial College's Business Administration program graduates prepare for a smooth transition to the workplace, based on "hands-on" learning. For more information visit http://www1.centennialcollege.ca/Programs/ProgramOverview.aspx?Program=2406
SOURCE Centennial College
Media contact:- Mark Toljagic, Marketing and Communications, Centennial College, 416-289-5000, ext. 7142/
Address:- Centennial College, P.O. Box 631, Station A, Toronto, Ontario, M1K 5E9 Canada