Business administration concentrations are generally the lowest in the state.
Business administration graduates earn an average of $30,000 a year in Virginia, while the median salary for Virginia business school graduates is $55,000, according to a report from the Institute for College Access & Success.
The state’s concentration rankings are based on a survey of more than 600 business school admissions and employment providers in Virginia.
The report also ranked Virginia’s concentration by the number of employees, the median annual salary for the average business administration graduate, and the average salary for business administration associates.
The list includes colleges, universities, research labs, and businesses that employ a small number of graduates.
These are the top 10 business administration concentration areas in Virginia: Business Administration – Alexandria, VA Business Administration Associates – Alexandria Business Administration Business Administration Management – Richmond Business Administration College of Business – Virginia Beach Business Administration of Richmond – Richmond University of Virginia Business Administration Graduate College – Newport News Business Administration Institute of Technology – NewportNews Business Administration University of North Carolina – Charlotte Business Administration and Business College – Charlotte College of Nursing and Health Sciences – Durham Business Administration School of Engineering and Applied Science – Charlotte School of Business and Business Administration at the University of South Carolina – Columbia Business Administration Associate School of Management – Charleston Business Administration The report ranked Virginia business administration colleges by average annual salaries, median annual salaries for business administrators, median earnings for business students, and median earnings among business administration graduates.
Virginia Business College and Business School of South Carolinas ranked #10 in the ranking of the highest concentration of business administration programs in Virginia in the 2016 report.
Business Administration, a private, nonprofit, non-profit organization that provides business education to the public, has a national reputation for providing high-quality, challenging learning experiences and leadership development for students.
The University of Georgia’s Business Administration Department has a reputation for offering outstanding business programs, including the Business Leadership Program, which has been awarded three national honors in Business School Excellence.
For more information about the Business Administration program, visit the Business Department website.
Business Education Center – Richmond, VA The Business Education Centers in Richmond, Virginia, and Richmond, are located within the University at Richmond.
They serve the University’s students in the business and finance departments, as well as other business programs.
The center also hosts several student-led events, including a variety of classes and workshops, to support the University in the advancement of business education.
In 2017, the Business Education centers partnered with the Richmond Business Development Corporation to establish a Business Education Collaborative to further improve the quality of education and skills available for business, financial and career development in Richmond.
The Collaborative supports the development of Business Education programs for Richmond, Richmond’s surrounding area and the broader region.
In addition, the Collaborative sponsors the Richmond College of the Arts, a program of the College of Fine Arts and Design in Richmond that serves the University as a hub for business education, creative writing, and creative performance.
The Richmond Business Education Coordination Center (RBECC) is a partnership between the RBECC and the University.
The RBECD is dedicated to providing comprehensive and relevant business education opportunities in Richmond through both undergraduate and graduate courses and a broad array of programs and events.
Learn more about the RBecC and how to become a part of the RBFCC.
Business, Technology, & Information Technology (BET), an independent nonprofit, promotes entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship opportunities.
Founded in 1987, the organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and a member of the Institute of Commerce and Industry.
Business Technology & Information Technologies (BTT), an affiliated nonprofit, provides the training, mentoring, and professional development of business professionals.
The organization offers a variety in business and information technology (B&I) and the business workforce.
The BTT Business & Information Center is a business development center in Richmond with a focus on the business of BTT.
The Center provides career development opportunities for students, employers, and policymakers to understand and apply the BTT Principles, strategies, and processes to business growth, business expansion, and innovation.
Learn More About The Business Technology& Information Technology Center.