What advice would you give current students?
“I know it sounds cliché, but no matter how hard things may seem at the moment, you should always know that there is someone out there who has it worse than you do and that should be your motivation while trying to achieve your goals. There will be obstacles. There will be hardship, but when those times come around, focus on where you want to be in life and make that your motivation to continue working hard. Also be versatile and be teachable.”
Business Administration B.B.A.
The New York State Department of Labor maintains employment estimates and projections for more than 700 different occupations in each of 10 regions statewide. For management occupations overall (SOC Code 11-000), the projections indicate an anticipated 10 percent plus growth for the 10-year period ending in 2014.
The Business Administration degree responds to the growing number of students with an interest in planning and directing the management, business, and financial activities of business, government and other organizations. Employed in multiple industries across all sectors of the economy, the job outlook for graduates is expected to increase in New York State by 2.0 million, or 10 percent by 2014.
Persons interested in the field of business will generally need at least a bachelor's degree in business, human resources or finance.