What can I do with an associates degree in business administration?

Please help, someone with a A.S. in business. Because I'm trying to find out and only tells what a person makes with a bachlors or masters. What types of jobs can i go for?

Asked By: marc ace - 8/11/2006
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Answered By: kevsav025 - 8/11/2006
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you can be a secretary. seriously.
Answered By: ragdg2 - 8/11/2006
That's the degree I have and I started my own Network Marketing business. No problem getting in at all.
Answered By: BuddyGuru - 8/11/2006
Office Manager. It might depend on what other classes you took, like some accounting. You could start out as accounting assistant.
Answered By: jboatright57 - 8/11/2006
i would try going for paying internships and try and go back to school for your bachlors degree.
Answered By: liss843 - 8/11/2006
You can do whatever you really want to do! I have an associates in Business Administration and became the president of a 50 million dollar company with 300 employees... More
Answered By: cappy - 8/11/2006
you can sell pharmecuticals on the street at a 400% markup! and then you can apply for a small business loan, cuz you is a small business, and buy yourself a tricked out honda civic yo!
Answered By: Spicoli - 8/11/2006
You can't do much with a A.S. these days. I'd at least continue with my education and obtain a higher degree. You can always do this 'online'.
Answered By: skyeblue - 8/11/2006
Not a whole lot unless you know someone who can help out... More
Answered By: CarlR - 8/11/2006
You can go back to school and get you bachelors degree. An associates is a nice start, but it's only going to hold you back. In our current market a major focus is put on a bachelors degree. Companies don't care if you have a BS in basket weaving as long as you have the degree. Go back to school it will get you so... More
Answered By: Crusher - 8/11/2006
What you can do is go back to school and get your bachelor's. Trust me. I've got an associates in business. I'm a secretary because everyone wants a 4-year degree (hell, for a secretary these days, a lot of people want 2-year degrees). I'm furthing my education right now (helps that a good portion of my credits... More
Answered By: Brandy T - 8/11/2006
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