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Business Professional Programs in Bangor, Maine
Beal College was originally a business-focused school, founded by Miss Mary Beal and partners in 1891. Known initially as Bangor Business College, the school taught banking, finance, accounting, business arithmetic, penmanship, business writing, commercial law, shorthand, and typewriting.
By the time the school – then called Beal Business College – celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1941, it offered 2-year degree programs. In 1968, Beal College was authorized to grant Associate Degrees of Science, and in 1970 it was accredited as a junior college of business by the Accreditation Commission for Business Schools in Washington, D.C.
As the College grew, Beal expanded its program offerings, seeking to fill employment gaps within the Bangor community and beyond. Beal College now provides healthcare, trades, criminal justice, counseling, and IT programs in addition to business courses.
At Beal, we never have never forgotten our business beginnings, and we are proud to be continuously achieving Miss Mary Beal’s vision of producing adept business students. And you could be the next one!
Accounting is one of the most solid careers in terms of employability and stability, and also in terms of consistent growth. Selecting any program of study is not easy with the constantly changing professional environment, but having an Accounting Associate Degree from Beal College lets you know that your education will be current when you enter the workforce. Learn more.
Administrative Office Professional
Become an Administrative Office whiz; learn technologies and software that are essential to managing an office, such as using computers for spreadsheet, word processing, database management, and other applications. Throughout the program, you'll also develop a professional, customer-service oriented attitude and become familiar with business ethics and office procedures. Learn more.
Human Resource Management
During the business-focused Human Resource Management Associate Degree program, you'll get application-oriented training in many aspects of Human Resource Management, such as accounting and payroll, employee benefits, employment law, management communications, principles of marketing, ethics in business and more. All this to thoroughly prepare you for when you enter the workforce. Learn more.