Santa Rosa Junior College offers training in fields such as accounting and bookkeeping, hospitality, human resource management, legal secretary, management, marketing, office administration, paralegal, and real estate. Courses are taught by committed and caring faculty with real-world experience in their specific disciplines.
Business Administration students learn fundamental principles and develop essential professional skills to contribute to or run business operations efficiently and productively. Courses integrate technology and soft skills, emphasizing communication, teamwork, customer service, project management, problem-solving, and systems development. As they learn, students build skills in critical analysis, effective communication, and organizational planning for today’s challenging business environments.
Participants build business skills for career advancement with one of SRJC's certificate or degree programs or earn credits that transfer to four-year universities. Courses are offered during the day, in the evening, on weekends, or in an online format for added scheduling flexibility throughout each semester.
If you want to obtain an occupational certificate, transfer to a university, or upgrade your professional skills and knowledge, SRJC's Business Administration Department has a program designed just for you.
For detailed information, see the Business Department Website.

Business Programs

Business: Account Assistant

Business Job Market

Typical Position
Salaries per year*
Court, Municipal, and License Clerk
Office Clerk
Human Resources Assistant
Executive Secretary $57,179
Customer Service Representative $39,962
Credit Authorizer, Checker, and Clerks $42,661
Correspondence Clerk $37,523
Billing and Posting Clerk $36,878
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerk $43,929
Concierge $31,158
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerk $40,934
Office and Administrative Support $40,740
Paralegal and Legal Assistant $50,220
Word Processor and Typist $39,990
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerk $28,900
*Information from the California Employment Development Department Survey of Santa Rosa-Petaluma Metropolitan Statistical Area (Sonoma County), Occupational Employment Projections, 2006 – 2016: