Business Schools in Kansas

There's a lot more to Kansas than agriculture, manufacturing, and education. This Midwestern state has proven itself with business-friendly policies such as lowered healthcare costs for employers and some of the country's lowest workers' compensation rates. In March 2006, the Pollina Corporation ranked Kansas among America's Top Ten Most Business-Friendly States. It's no wonder Kansas is home to a growing number of corporate headquarters, including Sprint Nextel, Embarq, and Payless Shoes.

The Business Industry in Kansas

With a vibrant business and finance sector, Kansas is a great place to earn a business administration degree. Bachelor's degrees in finance, human resource management, and sales and marketing can help you get ahead in the Kansas workforce. MBA degrees can help you earn higher salaries and promotions. According to the Kansas Wage Survey, business and financial operations occupations employed a total of 51,100 people, with a median hourly wage of $22.50. Management analysts earned $28.59 and personal financial advisors $45.42 per hour on average.

Kansas Business Schools
List of other business schools in Kansas
Center for Training in Business and Industry, 2211 SiliconAve., Lawrence 66046,Tel.913-841-9640

Central College, 1200 S Main, McPherson 67460,Tel.316-241-0723

Hesston College, Hesston 67062, Tel.316-327-4221

Pittsburgh Office Management Cntr., 813 North Broadway, Ste. B, Pittsburgh 66762,Tel. 316-231-3690

Topeka Technical College, 1620 NW Gage Blvd., Topeka 66618-2830,Tel.913-232-5858

Wichita Business College, 501 E Pawnee, Suite 515, Wichita67211, Tel.316-263-1261

Wright Career College, 10700 MetcalfAve, Overland Park, KS 66210, Tel.913-385-7700