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If you're interested in studying business, you have quite a few options.

First, if you are interested in an entry-level position such as bookkeeping, it's possible you can get all the training you need in just one or two years by attending a vocational college or trade school. Most bookkeeping positions don't require a bachelor's degree. Much of the work revolves around the entering of data and paperwork.

One safe college major students can enroll in is accounting. Accounting is great for some students who are best at learning rules, methods and processes, and can then apply them in new situations.

Accounting degree programs help prepare students to pass the CPA exam. While you don't need to be a CPA to work in most private accounting positions, individuals working as a public accountant need to have the CPA designation. Check and see if an accounting program is in your future.

Earning a business degree is still a solid career path for many young adults. While business majors will learn finance, accounting and marketing, the time they spend in their management, team building and leadership classes will really be important as they advance into management positions. Check out management curriculum in schools.

If you plan on a four-year undergraduate degree program, you can enroll at almost any college in any city. Most colleges offer business programs. You will need to decide which area of business you plan on working in. You can select between marketing, sales, advertising, accounting, management, finance and information systems. Pick a business degree.

More and more business graduates are enrolling in master of business administration degree programs once they get going in their first job. Earning an MBA takes several years of part-time study. Most students go to class one night a week, stretching out the degree process over a few years. While most students try to earn their degree, others are merely interested in taking one or two specific classes that will directly help them in their current jobs.

And some students are taking a portion of their MBA classes through one of the better online schools that are becoming more popular every semester. Check out options for Virginia residents.

Whatever you decide to do, pursuing a degree in business is a pretty solid decision.

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