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Category: Leadership and Management

Grand Canyon University’s Colangelo College of Business is a private, Christian business school in Phoenix. Our college offers many graduate-level business degrees through evening and online classes to make it more convenient for our students to advance their education. If you’re not sure whether a master’s-level business program is the right choice for you, then continue reading to learn some of the top reasons why you should earn a graduate degree in business:

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The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Entrepreneurship degree offered by the Colangelo College of Business includes coursework that fosters the skills students need to go on to build and maintain successful business models for today’s economy. The rigorous curriculum provided in this program uses research-based study to help you learn behaviors for improving the sales of services or products. Expert-led discussions can promote your deeper understanding of concepts like analytics and customer development.

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If you are interested in earning a business degree, you might be debating between business management and business administration for a more specific route to take toward your degree.

But, what exactly separates them from one another? It can be difficult to tell the exact difference between the two fields, as they have many of the same course requirements and involve many comparable subjects of study. While the two programs are definitely similar, there are a handful of differences that may make the decision easier.

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