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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions concerning Business and Commerce are listed below.

  1. What is the business and commerce degree?
  2. What duties do business and commerce graduates perform?
  3. Where does a business and commerce graduate work?
  4. What is the income potential for a business and commerce graduate?
  5. What will the business and commerce degree allow me to do?
  6. What is Southwest's employment rate for graduates of the business and commerce program?
  7. Why choose the business and commerce program at Southwest?

Q: What is the business and commerce degree?

A: The business and commerce degree is an Associate of Applied Science Degree that has six areas of concentration: Banking and Finance, Electronic Business Management, Human Resources Management, Logistics/Transportation Management, Management, and Quality and Productivity.

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Q: What duties do business and commerce graduates perform?

A: Graduates may perform such duties as:

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Q: Where does a business and commerce graduate work?

A: A business and commerce graduate may work in:

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Q: What is the income potential for a business and commerce graduate?

A: Income varies depending on the type of position attained in any of the concentrations. The medians for the U.S. and Memphis Metropolitan are:

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Q: What will the business and commerce degree allow me to do?

A: Earn an Associate of Applied Science degree at Southwest and enter the job market immediately.

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Q: What is Southwest's employment rate for graduates of the business and commerce program?

A: Southwest's employment rate for business and commerce graduates generally exceeds 96 percent each year.

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Q: Why choose the business and commerce program at Southwest?

A: Southwest offers:

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