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Candidates for the program must satisfactorily complete all requirements, including a minimum of 95 credits, 40 of which are in the General Education Components. Successful pursuit of this program requires students to possess collegiate skills in reading, communication, computation, and critical thinking. To acquire that competency, it is highly recommended that students complete pre-collegiate courses to gain these skills in the first terms of their program.
Linda Davenport
Program Lead
7390 South 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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The Business Administration Department provides instruction, training, and connections with local employers in fields related to management, marketing, human relations and e-commerce.  The Department seeks to develop student professionalism, soft skills, and familiarity with software applications that are essential to workforce success.

The Department also prepares students for successful transfer to university level business programs, for entry into business ownership, or for advancement in their current careers.  By assisting students in developing or enhancing professional behavior, ethics, and civic responsibilities to meet or exceed workplace expectations, the Department promotes student success.
Career Opportunities
Human Resource Assistant
Sales Representative
Administrative Professional
Accounts Payable Clerk
Bank Teller
Office Manager
Retail Management
Program Outcomes
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply concepts, methods, and tools of management in an ethical manner to typical business operations.
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of general business law, including the court system, contracts, principal/agent law, and business structures.
  • Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of general accounting practices and the managerial accounting process.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with others in a team environment.
  • Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of general marketing concepts as they relate to the competitive advantage of a business or organization.
  • Create and explain components of a standard business plan, including financial, marketing, and other common business functions.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the student's chosen technical area, including an understanding of the professional conduct and use of technology necessary for success in that industry.
Degree Options
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Business Administration - Management: Graduates are prepared for employment in occupations in general business management or ownership; it can also lead to promotional opportunities for students already employed in a business occupation or with substantial background in that industry or management. This AAS is typically the best option for students who plan to continue their education and complete a Bachelor’s Degree in a related area. This degree is now available in a fully online format.

Business Administration Management Certificate: This certificate can provide the foundation necessary for entry level business occupations and can also be used toward completion of the above AAS, or to provide a foundation for entry-level business position seekers.


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