Student Success Stories

Some of the students who are earning their Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Business Administration and various certificates are currently employed and work in a wide array of industries. Listed below are some of the names of companies where our students and graduates are employed:

Alpha Testing
Ambit Energy
American Airlines
Bank of America
Baylor Medical Center
Brookshire Grocery Company
Cheesecake Factory
City of Garland
Circuit Design Specialties
Container Store
Costco Warehouse
Department of Defense
Doubletree Hotel
Essilor of America
Federal Express
Medical Center of Plano
Mercer Human Resources Consulting
Mi Cocina Restaurant
Napa Distribution Center
New York Life Insurance
North Texas Tollway Authority
OA Cargo Dallas
On The Border
Picasso’s Pizza and Grill
RailAmerica, Inc.
Southwest Office Systems
Spindletop Oil and Gas Company
Stream Energy
Texas Excavation Safety System
Titus Transportation
U. T. Southwestern Medical Center
Verizon Wireless
XPS Solutions
Student Video Testimonials

What Our Graduates Have Said About Our RLC Business Administration Program

I am having a great time learning about the business world! I thought I knew everything there was to know about business having worked in the retail business for many years. But, I was wrong. Working toward my Business Administration Degree has given me the opportunity to see so many more career opportunities.
– Sales Associate, Retail Business

In completing the Business Law course at Richland College toward my Business Administration Degree, I have been able to take the knowledge I have learned and apply it in my career. It has and continues to be incredibly useful. It helped me to complete my four year degree and achieve so much more as a consumer and employee.
– Accountant, Large Corporate Firm

In taking the Introduction to Business course at Richland College, I learned many functions of business that I did know before taking the course. After completing the course, each day when I went to my part-time job, I wanted to know that my work meant something to someone. I had limited work experience and was looking for a course that would be different, and challenge my brain to increase my skills and get ahead.
– Part-time Employee, Courier Service Company

In taking several business classes at Richland College, I have found that I need to find my own way in the field of business. I was undecided in a major field of study, and found through taking business courses, my direction of what I liked and did not like, was much clearer. Surprisingly, what I have found is that a career is not just about making money, but in finding an interest and loyalty for what I want to do with my life.
– Supervisor, Restaurant Industry