Business, Accounting, and Law Pathway
Business, Accounting, and Law
Are you interested in business organizations and developing practical skills that move you toward a well-paid career?
Programs in this LCP provide an opportunity to learn how to manage human and financial resources to generate profits and build value for businesses and individuals through studying business administration, accounting, finance, marketing, management, business communications, office technology, paralegal studies, and law.
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Most majors can prepare students for a wide variety of occupations. The following list reflects a range of options, some of which require advanced degrees. Please note that this is not exhaustive list.
- Budget Analyst
- Business Owner
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Claims Examiner
- Cost Estimator
- Credit Analyst
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- Frank Mixson, Business Education Division
- Francesca Bello (Academic)
- Gustavo Romero (Academic)
- Clara Ross-Jones (Career)
- Brittany Lundeen (Transfer)
- Jerry Ramos
- Quinn Doan
Social Work Intern
- Juan Guevara Rojas
Academic Support Rep
- Michael Arambula
- Jianli Hu
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Programs in this pathway can help you develop these skills:
- Time management
- Organizing and planning
- Reading comprehension
- Oral & written communication
- Systems evaluation
Programs in this pathway may appeal to people with these interests:
- Leading teams of people
- Organizing people and/or resources
- Achieving success in business and leadership
- Starting up and implementing projects
- Working with data and details
- Honoring clear lines of authority
These resources can help you link your transferable skills to occupations that require them.
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