In June 2014, Felix Davila graduated from Northwestern College with an associate’s in business administration in just under two years. Prior to enrolling at Northwestern College, Felix enlisted in the military right out of high school and served our country proudly for four years.
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Everyone knows that in order to do a job well you must learn a specific set of skills. If you hope to work in the business world, for example, you will have to learn about economics, marketing and communications. However, people sometimes forget that employers don’t look for only technical knowledge; soft skills are just as, and sometimes more, important.
Ability to communicate well with others, leadership, capacity to work with a team and critical thinking are some of the soft skills most appreciated by employers; traits they look for when hiring someone to be part of their team. And if you are considering a career in business administration, those abilities will probably be a requirement for any job you choose.
If you are a prospective student evaluating your career options and looking for something that is dynamic, chances are that a degree in business will be the best choice for you.
Business is probably the degree that gives you more career opportunities upon your graduation. You can become an accountant or work in marketing, and even though those sound very different, it’s completely possible to do either with a business degree. As a business student, you will have a broad training covering economics, ethics and communications, and you will be prepared with skills that employers expect to find in pretty much every professional they hire. Once you have a business degree, you will be equipped with knowledge that is highly valued in every field, everywhere. And that gives you options.