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Business Associate of Applied Science

Help employees thrive and businesses grow with your business education.

Whether you’re looking for a general business degree or if you want focused learning in accounting, business, finance, human resources, management, marketing or entrepreneurship, an associate’s degree in business from Harrison can take your career almost anywhere.

Unlike many business colleges, Harrison College has been helping students like you achieve your career objectives for more than a 100 years. We offer flexible learning options to help you balance your education with family and job responsibilities with business classes offered online or at a Harrison campus near you.

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Why Earn Your Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business?

You should earn a living by doing what you love and one of the most effective ways to secure a more rewarding career is to earn your degree. Harrison allows you to schedule flexible classes on-ground or online, and this may help you especially if you have other responsibilities like work or child care.

Business professionals are needed in all industries and at all levels. You can take a business degree with you into any industry you are interested in—finance, music, publishing, human resources, nonprofit and more—and use the skills you have learned to build a fulfilling career and life. 

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As a graduate of the Business program, you may be qualified for a wide range of employment opportunities in many different industries. Therefore, your salary could range greatly depending on your position. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a management analyst could earn around $78,600 per year while a real estate broker or agent could make around $41,990 per year.

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