Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration: Automotive Dealership Management program prepares students with the skills needed to become future industry leaders. The curriculum examines various environmental factors influencing the automotive industry such as technological progress, consumer expectations, government regulation, and personal mobility. Students will be exposed to the unique challenges facing todays automotive and vehicle retail distribution systems.
Upon completion of this program, students are able to:
- Comprehend and apply current concepts of automotive dealership and vehicle retail management organizations.
- Comprehend, discuss, and apply regulatory and ethical practices.
- Enhance research, communication and presentation skills using professional literature.
- Demonstrate the integration of knowledge and professional skills.
Graduates will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary for success in employment, management, or ownership of today’s complex and changing automotive and vehicle retail distribution systems.
Keiser University’s automotive faculty bring practical experience into the classroom as well as decades of teaching experience.
- Timothy Gilbert has worked in management for two large volume dealerships in Florida and has over 25 years of experience as the department chair for automotive studies at the university level.
- Brian Bastin is a third-generation car dealer. For over a decade, he was General Manager and minority operating partner for one of the largest Mercedes-Benz dealerships in the United States. He is a graduate of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Dealer Academy, past president of the NADA Mercedes-Benz II 20-Group, and has over seven years of experience teaching automotive management at the university level.
Find out more about how the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration: Automotive Dealership Management program can expand your career opportunities.
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