Benedictine University Announces Online Associate Degree

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Associate of Arts in Business Administration prepares students for the next step in their careers

Benedictine University has added an Associate of Arts in Business Administration (AABA) to its suite of online degree programs. The AABA is the first associate degree the University has offered online and will complement Benedictine’s other offerings at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels.

Designed for students just beginning in the world of business as well as for those who need a college degree to be considered for advancement, the AABA provides foundational knowledge in economics, math, accounting and entrepreneurship that students can use and build on throughout their careers. The curriculum also incorporates subjects such as ethics, oral and written communication, and social psychology to help students project a professional image, inspire confidence and effectively manage others.

Benedictine’s AABA can also be used as a stepping stone to a bachelor’s degree or further studies in business and related subjects. Although the curriculum is the same, the online format offers flexibility and convenience to working adult students who are unable to enroll in a traditional campus-based program.

More information about the Associate of Arts in Business Administration can be found online at http://www.onlinedegrees-benedictine.com/business/associate-business-administration.asp or call 866-295-3104.

About Benedictine University
Benedictine University is an independent Roman Catholic institution located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago. Founded in 1887, Benedictine provides 50 undergraduate majors, 13 graduate programs, a Ph.D. in Organization Development and an Ed.D. in Higher Education and Organizational Change. Benedictine University is ranked as a Top School in the Midwest (eighth in Illinois) for Master’s Universities, 11th in the Midwest (and sixth in Illinois) for Racial Diversity, and as a Top School for International Students, Freshmen Retention and Graduation Rate for 2010 by U.S. News & World Report.

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