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Customer Service Representatives

Customer service representatives provide information in response to peoples' questions regarding products and services. They also resolve complaints. Customer service specialists often deal with customers that are returning products. Some customer service representatives provide information about products or services to customers.

Customer service specialists are employed in almost every industry and their duties vary depending on the company. They often work at a company's front desk or in a call center. They communicate with customers via the telephone, fax, e-mail and by standard mail.

Customer service agents working in call centers spend most of their day on the telephone. Employers at call centers usually keep statistics to make sure that each customer service representative is being efficient and handling a certain amount of calls each day. Supervisors may listen to telephone calls or taped telephone calls to make sure the customers are being taken care of properly and efficiently.

Customer service representatives are provided with the information and resources required to answer customers' questions. Sometimes a customer service agent will route the customer's call to a staff member who can provide them assistance and resolve their problems. Customer service representatives need to adhere to company policies.

Sample job titles are account representative, client services representative, customer service specialist, member services representative, customer service agent, call center representative and account services representative.

Responsibilities

  • Provide information to customers via telephone, e-mail, fax, standard mail or in person
  • Resolve customers' complaints
  • Determine charges for services that were requested
  • Keep records of customer transactions and interactions
  • Make sure the appropriate actions were taken to resolve customers' problems
  • Refer unresolved customer complaints to appropriate personnel
  • Contact customers in order to respond to their inquiries
  • Prepare invoices for returned goods

Job Characteristics

Customer service representatives should be polite and friendly. Strong communication, problem solving and interpersonal skills are important for the occupation. Customer service specialists should also be proficient with computers. They need to maintain their poise if a customer becomes rude or confrontational. However, resolving a customer's problems can be rewarding.

Customer service reps that work for retail stores may help customers by telephone or in person. They may work in the evenings and during the weekends.

Customer service specialists that are employed at call centers generally are provided with their own workstation or cubicle space. They work with telephones, headsets and computers. Call centers often are open for extended hours or around the clock, thus customer service representatives may have to work early morning, evening or late night shifts. They may have to work during the weekends and holidays. Many customer service agents work part-time or a split-shift. Some customer service agents work from their home.

Employment Outlook

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has forecasted an 18 percent growth in the employment of customer service representatives between 2008 and 2018 which is faster than average for all occupations. A large number of customer service specialists are employed in the finance and insurance industries. In addition, being bilingual may be helpful in acquiring a job.

Many companies that have Internet operations provide customer service by telephone which has increased the demand for customer service representatives. Although some customer service call centers have been relocated in foreign countries, this strategy is less prevalent than in the past.

The median hourly wage for customer service representatives in 2008 was $14.36. Regarding the major employment industries for customer service agents, the highest wages were paid by the following sectors: Insurance carriers; agencies, brokerages and other insurance related activities; and depository credit intermediation.

Customer service positions often serve as a good introductory jobs into a company or industry. Some customer service agents may become supervisors or managers or move into other departments at a company.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Most employers require applicants to have a high school diploma. Some customer service specialist positions require an associate or a bachelor's degree. Courses in English, computers and business are beneficial for the occupation. Training is provided by employers.

Resources

Major Employers

The primary employment sectors are finance, insurance, retail, administrative support and call centers.

Schools for Customer Service Representatives are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Customer Service Representatives

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Customer Service Representatives jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 10230 $31,700
Hoover 10230 $31,700
Mobile 3960 $28,210
Huntsville 3430 $29,080
Montgomery 2160 $29,010
Tuscaloosa 1020 $26,060
Florence 960 $30,720
Muscle Shoals 960 $30,720
Opelika 950 $22,000
Auburn 950 $22,000
Foley 800 $26,120
Daphne 800 $26,120
Fairhope 800 $26,120
Dothan 760 $26,500
Decatur 680 $27,490
Gadsden 460 $21,330
Oxford 440 $28,730
Anniston 440 $28,730
Jacksonville 440 $28,730
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 2100 $33,760
Fairbanks 340 $33,570
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 66010 $31,030
Mesa 66010 $31,030
Phoenix 66010 $31,030
Tucson 10820 $25,110
Yuma 1530 $19,360
Kingman 800 $26,220
Lake Havasu City 800 $26,220
Prescott 720 $28,230
Douglas 610 $28,850
Sierra Vista 610 $28,850
Flagstaff 430 $28,810
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 7740 $30,850
North Little Rock 7740 $30,850
Little Rock 7740 $30,850
Jonesboro 570 $26,430
Hot Springs 430 $25,150
Pine Bluff 290 $28,390
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 82770 $36,140
Long Beach 82770 $36,140
Los Angeles 82770 $36,140
Hayward 27220 $43,440
San Francisco 27220 $43,440
Oakland 27220 $43,440
San Diego 18710 $36,990
Carlsbad 18710 $36,990
San Bernardino 15370 $34,280
Ontario 15370 $34,280
Riverside 15370 $34,280
Santa Clara 12950 $43,850
San Jose 12950 $43,850
Sunnyvale 12950 $43,850
Arcade 12730 $36,000
Sacramento 12730 $36,000
Arden 12730 $36,000
Roseville 12730 $36,000
Fresno 4430 $34,450
Oxnard 3230 $35,270
Thousand Oaks 3230 $35,270
Ventura 3230 $35,270
Santa Maria 2270 $35,990
Santa Barbara 2270 $35,990
Lodi 2230 $36,720
Stockton 2230 $36,720
Santa Rosa 1810 $38,740
Bakersfield 1750 $31,300
Modesto 1680 $30,680
Vallejo 1330 $38,300
Fairfield 1330 $38,300
Porterville 1310 $29,970
Visalia 1310 $29,970
Salinas 880 $35,420
Chico 750 $33,210
Santa Cruz 670 $39,200
Watsonville 670 $39,200
Merced 610 $36,180
Napa 500 $40,180
Redding 430 $29,570
Madera 300 $35,860
El Centro 280 $31,670
Yuba City 210 $32,200
Corcoran 120 $34,340
Hanford 120 $34,340
Arroyo Grande N/A $19,240
San Luis Obispo N/A $19,240
Paso Robles N/A $19,240
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 27150 $34,850
Lakewood 27150 $34,850
Denver 27150 $34,850
Colorado Springs 5730 $30,870
Boulder 2200 $32,130
Greeley 2120 $23,970
Pueblo 1680 $26,130
Grand Junction N/A $30,370
Fort Collins N/A $31,060
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 11760 $39,500
East Hartford 11760 $39,500
West Hartford 11760 $39,500
Bridgeport 7310 $37,990
Norwalk 7310 $37,990
Stamford 7310 $37,990
New Haven 4940 $37,020
Danbury 1310 $40,390
Waterbury 900 $35,180
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 810 $21,630
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 64800 $28,900
Miami 64800 $28,900
West Palm Beach 64800 $28,900
Clearwater 42650 $29,600
Tampa 42650 $29,600
St. Petersburg 42650 $29,600
Sanford 33050 $28,690
Orlando 33050 $28,690
Kissimmee 33050 $28,690
Jacksonville 20150 $29,070
North Port 9410 $26,730
Bradenton 9410 $26,730
Sarasota 9410 $26,730
Brent 6130 $23,630
Pensacola 6130 $23,630
Ferry Pass 6130 $23,630
Cape Coral 5260 $29,630
Fort Myers 5260 $29,630
Winter Haven 5230 $29,120
Lakeland 5230 $29,120
Palm Bay 4560 $27,400
Titusville 4560 $27,400
Melbourne 4560 $27,400
Ormond Beach 3270 $26,900
Daytona Beach 3270 $26,900
Deltona 3270 $26,900
Port St. Lucie 3090 $27,050
Tallahassee 2640 $28,150
Panama City 2510 $24,830
Ocala 2020 $28,460
Gainesville 1860 $29,100
Fort Walton Beach 1450 $27,470
Crestview 1450 $27,470
Destin 1450 $27,470
Marco Island 1400 $31,010
Immokalee 1400 $31,010
Naples 1400 $31,010
Sebring 930 $23,180
Vero Beach 690 $27,350
Sebastian 690 $27,350
Punta Gorda 610 $25,670
Homosassa Springs 380 $28,720
The Villages 280 $25,020
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 67030 $32,990
Sandy Springs 67030 $32,990
Atlanta 67030 $32,990
Savannah 2360 $27,560
Macon 2220 $33,530
Valdosta 1460 $20,750
Albany 1410 $25,930
Dalton 1340 $33,330
Gainesville 1290 $29,240
Athens 1230 $26,230
Clarke County 1230 $26,230
Warner Robins 900 $27,740
Rome 640 $34,280
Brunswick 580 $24,310
Hinesville 160 $32,940
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 5730 $35,000
Lahaina 850 $38,850
Wailuku 850 $38,850
Kahului 850 $38,850
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 10070 $27,220
Coeur d'Alene 1600 $25,620
Pocatello 1340 $24,210
Idaho Falls 900 $25,390
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 4150 $26,660
Rockford 4000 $31,240
Bloomington 2410 $29,420
Springfield 1960 $31,620
Urbana 1920 $29,760
Champaign 1920 $29,760
Carbondale 770 $26,830
Marion 770 $26,830
Kankakee 640 N/A
Danville 510 $30,550
Decatur 490 $29,190
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 20160 $32,960
Carmel 20160 $32,960
Indianapolis 20160 $32,960
Fort Wayne 3440 $31,850
Elkhart 1700 $35,150
Goshen 1700 $35,150
Lafayette 1310 $26,420
West Lafayette 1310 $26,420
Terre Haute 930 $27,710
Bloomington 760 $27,380
Columbus 570 $29,940
La Porte 550 $29,040
Michigan City 550 $29,040
Muncie 310 $31,210
Kokomo 270 $29,160
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 8800 $34,640
Des Moines 8800 $34,640
Cedar Rapids 3720 $30,740
Iowa City 1560 $33,700
Cedar Falls 1430 $30,770
Waterloo 1430 $30,770
Dubuque 850 $29,940
Ames 420 $33,580
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 6560 $28,740
Topeka 1680 $28,210
Lawrence 620 $25,680
Manhattan 340 $29,740
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 4890 $29,250
Lexington 4890 $29,250
Fort Knox 1430 $27,430
Elizabethtown 1430 $27,430
Bowling Green 1120 $27,790
Owensboro 680 $27,370
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 5950 $28,150
New Orleans 5950 $28,150
Baton Rouge 4310 $28,060
Bossier City 2690 $30,410
Shreveport 2690 $30,410
Lafayette 2260 $29,640
Monroe 930 $28,460
Alexandria 800 $22,990
Houma 700 $26,780
Thibodaux 700 $26,780
Lake Charles 620 $26,350
Hammond 350 $26,020
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 4040 $34,370
Portland 4040 $34,370
Lewiston 1080 $28,280
Auburn 1080 $28,280
Bangor 700 $32,320
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 24370 $35,290
Towson 24370 $35,290
Columbia 24370 $35,290
Lexington Park 400 $32,070
California 400 $32,070
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 910 $34,340
Leominster 670 $32,170
Gardner 670 $32,170
New Bedford 640 $32,850
Pittsfield 540 $33,800
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 42670 $30,640
Detroit 42670 $30,640
Dearborn 42670 $30,640
Wyoming 12190 $33,800
Grand Rapids 12190 $33,800
East Lansing 5190 $29,420
Lansing 5190 $29,420
Ann Arbor 4470 $36,960
Portage 2750 $30,010
Kalamazoo 2750 $30,010
Flint 2250 $30,620
Saginaw 2010 $27,000
Niles 1700 $31,030
Benton Harbor 1700 $31,030
Midland 1100 $38,430
Muskegon 900 $29,950
Jackson 900 $34,670
Battle Creek 550 $29,920
Monroe 530 $21,940
Bay City 450 $31,990
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 2240 $30,600
St. Cloud 2150 $27,510
North Mankato 1090 $29,910
Mankato 1090 $29,910
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 3650 $29,080
Hattiesburg 1610 $20,050
Pascagoula 1240 $27,010
Biloxi 1240 $27,010
Gulfport 1240 $27,010
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 5690 $28,120
Joplin 1590 $23,660
Jefferson City 1440 $29,700
Columbia 1390 $30,560
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 1370 $27,840
Missoula 1170 $25,140
Great Falls 510 $25,610
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 3730 $29,010
Grand Island 300 $22,430
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 15290 $29,350
Henderson 15290 $29,350
Las Vegas 15290 $29,350
Reno 4340 $30,680
Carson City 230 $29,380
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 2110 $35,350
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 3550 $36,300
Atlantic City 1520 $28,800
Hammonton 1520 $28,800
Vineland 500 $32,840
Bridgeton 500 $32,840
Ocean City 280 $28,350
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 9490 $29,720
Las Cruces 1210 $23,170
Santa Fe 610 $29,110
Farmington 540 $27,220
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 12300 $31,390
Niagara Falls 12130 $33,600
Cheektowaga 12130 $33,600
Buffalo 12130 $33,600
Albany 8980 $32,270
Schenectady 8980 $32,270
Troy 8980 $32,270
Syracuse 7440 $33,070
Utica 2290 $29,980
Rome 2290 $29,980
Binghamton 1710 $27,640
Kingston 1100 $30,710
Fort Drum 740 $26,350
Watertown 740 $26,350
Glens Falls 640 $32,220
Ithaca 450 $29,770
Elmira 350 $30,570
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 15020 $28,770
Greensboro 10770 $30,820
High Point 10770 $30,820
Durham 6270 $37,130
Chapel Hill 6270 $37,130
Winston 5010 $32,320
Salem 5010 $32,320
Asheville 3200 $25,340
Wilmington 3010 $30,980
Hickory 2540 $29,310
Morganton 2540 $29,310
Lenoir 2540 $29,310
Fayetteville 1770 $28,590
Jacksonville 1710 $22,830
Greenville 1680 $23,240
Rocky Mount 1260 $23,950
Burlington 1250 $31,900
Goldsboro 660 $27,650
New Bern 480 $24,740
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 820 $31,510
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 25950 $30,010
Elyria 13130 $34,510
Cleveland 13130 $34,510
Dayton 5210 $30,520
Akron 5160 $31,520
Toledo 4460 $29,300
Canton 1910 $27,470
Massillon 1910 $27,470
Mansfield 850 $28,420
Springfield 650 N/A
Lima 510 $30,500
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 12990 $29,840
Tulsa 9980 $29,210
Lawton 320 $23,400
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 2260 $33,740
Salem 2040 $30,870
Redmond 1650 $28,060
Bend 1650 $28,060
Medford 910 $29,030
Grants Pass 510 $20,740
Albany 410 $28,320
Corvallis 270 $31,310
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 24840 $31,360
Harrisburg 7350 $30,880
Carlisle 7350 $30,880
Barre 5670 $29,230
Wilkes 5670 $29,230
Scranton 5670 $29,230
Hazleton 5670 $29,230
Lancaster 3980 $32,140
Reading 3190 $31,840
Hanover 2990 $31,240
York 2990 $31,240
Erie 1610 $31,240
Johnstown 1160 $25,000
Altoona 1140 $23,650
Williamsport 920 $30,030
State College 810 $28,810
Lebanon 680 $30,130
Chambersburg 630 $30,820
Waynesboro 630 $30,820
Bloomsburg 590 $30,360
Berwick 590 $30,360
East Stroudsburg 540 $26,660
Gettysburg 290 $33,440
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 11620 $19,670
Caguas 11620 $19,670
San Juan 11620 $19,670
Ponce 650 $18,240
Isabela 470 $23,700
Aguadilla 470 $23,700
Mayag�ez 310 $19,280
Arecibo 260 $19,010
San Germ�n 60 $18,590
Guayama 40 $22,190
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 11290 $29,030
Mauldin 11290 $29,030
Greenville 11290 $29,030
Columbia 9880 $30,630
Charleston 7750 $30,190
North Charleston 7750 $30,190
Spartanburg 2460 $27,950
Florence 1880 $28,460
Bluffton 860 $28,930
Beaufort 860 $28,930
Hilton Head Island 860 $28,930
Sumter N/A $21,340
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 4490 $28,160
Rapid City 1340 $25,420
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Franklin 21760 $30,860
Davidson 21760 $30,860
Murfreesboro 21760 $30,860
Nashville 21760 $30,860
Knoxville 8270 $28,320
Johnson City 3140 $20,540
Jackson 960 $27,520
Cleveland 690 $26,790
Morristown 480 $25,260
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 84170 $33,270
Arlington 84170 $33,270
Fort Worth 84170 $33,270
The Woodlands 58610 $31,110
Sugar Land 58610 $31,110
Houston 58610 $31,110
New Braunfels 30280 $28,730
San Antonio 30280 $28,730
Round Rock 23230 $29,740
Austin 23230 $29,740
El Paso 7770 $24,540
Edinburg 5230 $23,790
Mission 5230 $23,790
McAllen 5230 $23,790
Harlingen 3370 $19,970
Brownsville 3370 $19,970
Waco 3030 $28,040
Corpus Christi 2690 $23,730
Lubbock 2430 $28,190
Amarillo 1870 $24,780
Laredo 1730 $23,000
Tyler 1660 $25,690
Killeen 1630 $26,170
Temple 1630 $26,170
Beaumont 1580 $24,270
Port Arthur 1580 $24,270
San Angelo 1280 $23,380
Wichita Falls 1230 $28,850
Bryan 1040 $25,660
College Station 1040 $25,660
Longview 1030 $27,010
Denison 960 $30,170
Sherman 960 $30,170
Abilene 820 $26,830
Midland 690 $29,450
Odessa 670 $28,890
Victoria 470 $23,590
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 25520 $30,170
Provo 8190 $24,810
Orem 8190 $24,810
Ogden 5920 $24,650
Clearfield 5920 $24,650
St. George 810 $23,950
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 1640 $36,400
Burlington 1640 $36,400
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 11310 $33,940
Roanoke 3210 $30,940
Charlottesville 1400 $29,210
Lynchburg 1300 $26,000
Radford 910 $25,170
Christiansburg 910 $25,170
Blacksburg 910 $25,170
Harrisonburg 640 $27,910
Waynesboro 500 $30,280
Staunton 500 $30,280
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 35200 $36,500
Seattle 35200 $36,500
Bellevue 35200 $36,500
Spokane 4350 $32,440
Spokane Valley 4350 $32,440
Tumwater 2150 $30,920
Olympia 2150 $30,920
Bellingham 1310 $29,740
Richland 1140 $29,700
Kennewick 1140 $29,700
Yakima 900 $31,980
Bremerton 670 $32,370
Silverdale 670 $32,370
Mount Vernon 390 $31,100
Anacortes 390 $31,100
Wenatchee 280 $28,990
Longview 250 $30,750
Walla Walla 140 $30,020
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 2330 $24,510
Vienna 870 $24,080
Parkersburg 870 $24,080
Morgantown 790 $25,170
Beckley 370 $23,250
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 19130 $36,030
West Allis 19130 $36,030
Milwaukee 19130 $36,030
Madison 9120 $35,040
Green Bay 4870 $33,840
Appleton 2760 N/A
Neenah 2520 $29,220
Oshkosh 2520 $29,220
Eau Claire 2200 $28,320
Wausau 1410 $30,820
Racine 1250 $34,570
Sheboygan 900 $32,720
Beloit 860 $33,710
Janesville 860 $33,710
Fond du Lac 650 $35,280
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 400 $27,420
Casper 230 $28,340

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Most Popular Industries for :
Customer Service Representatives

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Office Services And Staffing 349,680 15% $25,460
Insurance 251,830 11% $32,340
Banking And Credit 206,210 9% $29,880
Telecommunications 131,410 5% $32,780
Professional And Technical Services 114,040 5% $31,970
Durable Goods Wholesale 104,850 4% $33,760
Business Management 76,590 3% $31,490
Grocery Stores 67,600 3% $19,770
Government 55,590 2% $31,530
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 53,210 2% $31,610
Department And General Stores 52,360 2% $21,770
Non-store Retailers 42,540 1% $25,680
Medical Office 41,180 1% $29,870
Online Wholesale 32,690 1% $33,460
Hospital 31,800 1% $29,980
Utilities 29,350 1% $36,520
Printing 27,060 1% $33,590
Traditional Publishing 24,730 1% $30,640
Non-profit 24,570 1% $27,510
Real Estate 22,950 1% $27,510
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  • MBA - Building Creativity
  • MBA - Strategic Management
  • Earn your graduate degree online with Northcentral University.

Programs
  • Business Administration (BS)
  • Business Administration - New Media Marketing (BS)
  • Congratulations! Your interest in Independence University is an important first step toward changing your life. A career-focused degree is the key to a career with a potentially higher income, better benefits, and more satisfaction.

Programs
  • Business Administration (AS) (Online)
  • Business Administration (BS) (Online)
  • Business Administration - Customized Professional (BS) (Online)
  • Welcome to Argosy University

    Argosy University offers doctoral, master's, and bachelor's degree programs to students through its eight colleges:  College of Behavioral Sciences, Graduate School of Business and Management, College of Education,  College of Health Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Creative Arts and Design, College of Clinical Psychology and Western State College of Law at Argosy University as well as certificate programs in many areas.

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