Welcome to the Business Management Administration program at the WM-CTC:


Students in the Business Management Administration (BMA) program receive a broad-based overview of many contemporary business practices.  Accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, graphic design, human resources, Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) applications, and different aspects of business office equipment are explored in BMA.

The Business Management Administration Field:


Business, Management, and Administration careers encompass planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.  Business Management Administration (BMA) career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy.  The knowledge and skills that you can gain and that you will use in the BMA career field include:  academic foundations, business communications, etiquette, and professionalism, problem solving and critical thinking, information technology applications, leadership and teamwork, ethics and legal responsibilities, employability and career development, and technical skills working with a variety of marketable computer applications.

You Might Enjoy This Class If You:


Like professional environments; are self-motivated and a self-starter; can multi-task and organize priorities; are detail-oriented and accurate; enjoy communication with others; have good reading skills; like problem-solving; and are a critical thinker.

Jobs You Can Prepare For:


Accounting Clerk, Administrative Assistant, Customer Service Representative, Data Entry, Executive Assistant, Graphic Design Artist, Human Resource Assistant, Office Manager, and Small Business Owner

Student Organizations/Community Enrichment:


Business Professionals of America (BPA) is a national career and technical student organization consisting of 23 state associations and more than 54,000 members. The organization serves students who are currently, or were previously enrolled, in a business education program at a secondary or postsecondary institution. Chapters are located in high schools, career/technical centers, postsecondary technical institutions, junior and community colleges, and colleges and universities. In addition to competitions, which take place on the regional, state, and national levels, members are involved in numerous leadership and community service projects on the local and state level. Each year, many members participate in the Torch Awards Program, a program that promotes leadership skills, community service and civic awareness. The Michigan Association adopted the American Cancer Society as its state service organization. Special Olympics is our national service organization.