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Business Administration

Business administration is the process of managing workers and allocating resources efficiently and effectively by applying microeconomic principles. The goal is to achieve stability, growth and profitability for a business. Business administration is a function of organizational structure, the desired system of task allocation, coordination and supervision. Some businesses choose to have a hierarchical structure, in which stockholders, a board of directors, an executive committee and managers work together through a system of checks and balances to achieve desired objectives. Depending on the organizational structure, some or all of these business administrators work together to apply business principles such as accounting, marketing, finance and management to effectively work toward their common goals.

Accounting
Actuarial Studies

Banks and Banking

Entrepreneurship

Finance and Financial Services

Human Resource Management

Industrial Relations
Insurance
Intellectual Property
International Business

Logistics

Management and Communication
Management and Strategy
Management Information Systems
Marketing

Production, Operations and Manufacturing Management
Public and Non-Profit Management

Quality Control

Taxation
Technological Change

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