Business & Management - Career Paths & Degree Types
“The chief business of the American people is business,” former US President Calvin Coolidge famously proclaimed in 1925. Nearly a century later, his words are no less true—at least if you judge by the number of undergraduate and graduate business degrees Americans pursue. At both the bachelor’s and master’s level, business-related disciplines are by far the most popular subjects at American colleges and universities. Undergraduates pursue business majors in accounting, ecommerce, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare management, human resources, management, marketing, operations, and other fields leading to all types of business careers. Graduate students most often seek the popular Master of Business Administration (MBA), but an increasing number are diving deeper into more specific business disciplines with master’s degrees in such areas as business analytics, supply chain management, and digital marketing. Is a business degree or a business career in your future? Let Noodle guide your choices.