Depending on which institution you attend, you may seek out a Bachelor's of Business Administration - also known as BBA (which traditionally takes 4 years to complete). You can also seek a focus in BBA in a specific business function such as Management, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, etc. You can research a university's degree program via their websites and find specific details about what kinds of classes you would take towards a degree. You can also learn what kind of careers that university's alumni have gone into. Office/Business Administration can be a very versatile degree, but speaking from personal experience, you should absolutely look into a double major or minor (this way you can diversify your career options).
Danielle recommends the following next steps:
- If you make Business Administration your primary major, it would definitely benefit you to choose a second major or minor in something you enjoy learning (such as IT, a language, anything really). You'll have quite a few years of college to gain the skills that will lead you to your dream job, so spend your time well!