Business Management & Administration
The business management and administration career cluster prepares learners for careers in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require specific skills in organization, time management, customer service, and communication.
The business management and administration services industry is projected to be one of the fastest growing through the year 2026. Nearly half of all jobs are in managerial and professional occupations, and nearly one-fourth of all workers are self-employed. The business management and administration services industry is one of the highest-paying industries. Employment growth is expected to be driven by the formation of new organizations and expansion of existing ones, which should require more workers to manage these operations.
Programs of Study
- American Business Legal Systems and Business Economics are supplemental courses which can be offered in addition to courses within the Business Management and Human Resources Management programs of study but do not count toward concentrator status.
- Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum (6105) may substitute for the Level 4 offering in all programs of study
- Cambridge courses are supplemental courses which can be offered in addition to courses within the career cluster but do not count toward concentrator status.
1 Satisfies ½ credit of Economics required for graduation.
- ACT Resources for Business Administration, Marketing, & Finance
- Business Management & Administration Equipment List
- Administration Program of Study Justifications
- Business Management & Administration Resource Lists
- Data Session: Concentrators, ACT, and Postsecondary for Business, Finance, and Marketing
- Industry Credentials
- Program of Study Marketing Materials