Why Choose NPC's Business Studies?
Most job opportunities in the U.S. are in business, whether owning your own company or working in some type of corporate or commercial setting. Those with business education backgrounds enjoy a definite advantage in landing a job. And according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (May 2014), some starting salaries for associate of applied science business degree graduates can often pay $34,000 a year or more!
If you anticipate earning your Associate of Business (ABus) degree and then furthering your education at university, the sky could be the limit. Company executives, financial managers and investment analysts enjoy some of the highest salaries of any workers in the country today.
Business Development Services
For people starting their own or growing an existing business, NPC also offers business development services through its Community & Corporate Training division and the NPC Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
About Our Program
Investing in yourself is one of the smartest decisions you can ever make. And when you make part of that investment an affordable NPC business degree you will find knowledgable, expert instructors focused on helping you master the essential skills and principles needed to prosper in today's business world.
The U.S. Department of Education requires all colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Gainful employment disclosure information can be found for specific programs regarding tuition and fees and median loan debt, completion and job placement rates, and jobs related to the program on the web page for each program area.
We hope this information is helpful to our current and prospective students as you make your career and educational choices. For more information on Gainful Employment requirements, please read this letter from the U.S. Department of Education (7-page PDF).
Information on all eligible NPC programs can be found in the Gainful Employment Data Archives.