Some of best schools for administrative degrees are Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin, which offers a 4-year associate's degree program in professional administration; Northern Virginia Community College, which offers an associate's degree in business management and administrative support technology; and CUNY Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, New York, which offers an associate's degree in office administration and technology, states Study.com. Students of the latter program can opt to follow a more specialized path in medical office administration. Administrative degree programs generally cover a range of topics, including accounting and business computer software, such as Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
Some other highly rated schools for administrative degrees are Florida State College at Jacksonville, which offers programs in office administration, support, specialism or management; Long Island Business Institute, which also has a medical administration option; Northern Michigan University and Rochester Institute of Technology, which offers both associate's and bachelor's degrees.
Many colleges also offer online administrative degree programs. One of the highest-rated is Penn State World Campus, whose Bachelor of Business program covers business law and logistics, accounting and finance, economics, management and marketing. Other good colleges for online administrative degrees include the University of Massachusetts' Isenberg School of Management, Florida International University's Landon Undergraduate School of Business and the University of Illinois, Springfield.