Course in Business in Idaho in USA

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A master's of business will give you a well-rounded education of nearly all aspects of the business world. Classes will teach you the latest techniques and trends in the business world.

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Associate of Arts - General Business

College of Southern Idaho
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Twin Falls

General Business is our largest major in terms of numbers. The general business curriculum covers several areas of business specialty including, accounting, marketing, management, and human resources. The curriculum covers the first two years of study for an AA degree. It is intended for transfer to a four year university program toward a Bachelor in Business Administration. [+]

Course Studies in Business in Idaho in USA. General Business is our largest major in terms of numbers. The general business curriculum covers several areas of business specialty including, accounting, marketing, management, and human resources. The curriculum covers the first two years of study for an AA degree. It is intended for transfer to a four year university program toward a Bachelor in Business Administration. [-]