College Search
Online Classes
Test Prep
Web Design
Student Life
Financial Aid
Salary Data

Business Administration Courses Online

Business Plan
How to Incorporate
LLC, Limited Liability
Sole Proprietorships
Non-profit Organizations
Business Licensing
Transfer of Ownership

Fleet Management
Real Estate Management
Raw Materials
3D Printing
Research & Development

Sales, Marketing
Online Marketing
Google Adwords
Television & Radio
Newspaper, Magazine
Product Placement
Sales Management
Sales' Training
Commission Structure
Public Relations

Human Resources
Employee Benefits
Health Insurance
Hiring Practices
Corporate Training
Starting Salaries
Corporate Culture
Organizational Behavior
Pension Planning
Business Finance
Debt Financing
Credit Management
Securities Issuance
Asset Management
Financial Statements
Balance Sheet
Cash Flows
Inventory Turnover
Income Statement
Credit Cards
Stock Issuance
IPO Summary
Business Insurance

Mutual Funds
Investing Tools
Stock Screener
Stock Quotes
Interactive Charts
Most Active
Company News

Business Law
Criminal Law
Securities Law
Credit Issuance
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Uniform Commercial Code
Intellectual Property
Small Business Law
Internet Fraud
International Law
Maritime Law
Accounting Law

Online Tests - Free Practice!

This section offers practice business management tests in a variety of topics. Each of the following multiple-choice tests has 10 questions to work on. No sign-up required, just straight to the test.
Starting a Business

Entrepreneurship -- From Idea to Launch
by Dr. Jeff Cornwall, Professor of Entrepreneurship / Author
32.1K students 934 active students (297 Reviews)

21 Critical Lessons for Entrepreneurs
by Docstoc Videos, We Make Every Startup and Small Business Better
40.7K students 649 active students (431 Reviews)

Build. Measure. Learn. Lean Startup
by Eric Ries, Author
59.5K students 744 active students (402 Reviews)

Lean Canvas Course
by Ash Maurya, Helping Entrepreneurs Succeed
10K students 384 active students (88 Reviews)

Entrepreneur's Checklist
by Steve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur
40K students 306 active students (546 Reviews)

Enterprise: Lean Startup Guide
by BigVisible Solutions, Inspiring Organizational Agility
5.4K students 53 active students (21 Reviews)

Write a Business Plan

Write a 1-Page Business Plan
by William U. Pena, MBA, Author of The 3 Day Entrepreneur
5.5K students 278 active students (19 Reviews)

Office Software Packages

Quick Start Excel for Beginners
by Jennifer Bailey, Experienced off-line and on-line tutor
6.6K students 362 active students (41 Reviews)

Intro to Microsoft Excel 2013
by Simon Sez IT, Software training to help you succeed
5.6K students 280 active students (17 Reviews)

Learn and Record Excel Macros
by Nurture Tech Academy, Microsoft Office Specialist
4.4K students 164 active students (13 Reviews)

Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
by Simon Sez IT, Software training to help you succeed
3.4K students 150 active students (21 Reviews)

Doing Business Online

Make a Passive Income Online
by Mike Omar, Online Entrepreneur
26K students 2.9K active students (146 Reviews)

Creating a Business Website
by Rob Cubbon, Graphic designer and marketer
14.4K students 389 active students (68 Reviews)

Web Hosting 101: Your Website Live on the Web
by Brad Hussey, Pro Web Slinger at Code College
13K students 344 active students (256 Reviews)

Turn Your Idea Into a Money Making Business
by William U. Pena, MBA, Author of The 3 Day Entrepreneur
6.6K students 311 active students (13 Reviews)

Starting an Online Business
by MBA and CFO Chris Benjamin, CFO for Growth Stage Ventures
8.5K students 217 active students (18 Reviews)

How I Make a Living Online
by Glen Allsopp, Former Marketing Manager for Land Rover, Nissan & HP
9.2K students 458 active students (33 Reviews)

Reaching Your Kickstarter Goals
by Richard Haberkern, An American Inventor
4K students 64 active students (44 Reviews)

Membership Site with WishList Member
by Rob Cubbon, Graphic designer and marketer
5.6K students 165 active students (4 Reviews)

Google Hangouts That Convert Sales
by Jon Schumacher, Online Marketing Consultant, CEO Hangouts That Convert
1.1K students 149 active students (6 Reviews)

Become a Paid Life Coach Online
by Jeffrey Sooey, Founder, Master Coach University
11.3K students 617 active students (108 Reviews)

How to Create Your Udemy Course
by Udemy Instructor Team, Official Instructor Account
85.7K students 7.1K active students (61 Reviews)

WordPress Essentials for Business
by Marc Beneteau, Founder, WP Academy
11.9K students 507 active students (115 Reviews)

Coding for Entrepreneurs - Django eCommerce
by Justin Mitchel, Entrepreneur
122.8K students 3.1K active students (99 Reviews)

Entrepreneur's Guide to Trademarks & Patents
by The Institute for Humane Studies, at George Mason University
1.1K students 239 active students (3 Reviews)


Zero Cost Marketing Strategies
by Dan Hollings, Zero Cost? Maybe you could get used to it?
30.4K students 731 active students (287 Reviews)

Write a 1-Page Marketing Plan
by William U. Pena, MBA, Author of The 3 Day Entrepreneur
5.8K students 255 active students (18 Reviews)

Getting Started with Google Analytics
by Eugen Oprea, Conversion Optimization Fanatic and Google Analytics Geek
36.1K students 944 active students (142 Reviews)

Google Adwords: Profitable Campaigns
by Gary Kind, Developer, Author, Marketeer
8.6K students 439 active students (29 Reviews)

Get Things Finished
by Roy Brown, Internet Marketer and Webmaster
31.4K students 1.5K active students (189 Reviews)

100 Social Media Tips & Techniques
by Three Sixty Academy Courses
4.9K students 195 active students (7 Reviews)

Making Facebook Pages for Businesses
by Jerad Hill, Professional Learner and Sharer of Information
21.3K students 464 active students (131 Reviews)

Marketing on Twitter
by Three Sixty Academy Courses
5.1K students 151 active students (16 Reviews)

YouTube: Video Marketing
by Alexander Sebastian, Marketing Made Easy
4.6K students 185 active students (13 Reviews)

Marketing on LinkedIn
by Three Sixty Academy Courses
5K students 123 active students (20 Reviews)


Build Striking One-Page Websites
by Christian Spowe,
3.4K students 239 active students (6 Reviews)

Prove It! Testimonials That Sell
by Jeffrey Gitomer, King of Sales
5.4K students 54 active students (42 Reviews)

Startup Selling
by Scott Sambucci, Founder & Chief Sales Geek, SalesQualia
3.9K students 88 active students (4 Reviews)

Upgrade Your Sales Skills
by William U. Pena, MBA, Author of The 3 Day Entrepreneur
4.5K students 361 active students (20 Reviews)

Fiverr Selling
by Corey V Ferreira, Web developer, graphic designer and internet marketer
3.4K students 184 active students (15 Reviews)

Finance & Investing

Value Investing Code
by Millionaire Investor, All About Value Investing!
50.9K students 2.1K active students (129 Reviews)

Financial Analysis
by DeVry University MOOC,
3.2K students 195 active students (8 Reviews)

Guide to the Stock Market
by John Ducas, Investor, Trader & Entrepreneur
6.9K students 577 active students (24 Reviews)

Investing Basics: A Financial Framework
by Alissa Douglas, Investment Professional
18.8K students 708 active students (57 Reviews)

Forex Basics
by Jared Passey, Teaching Forex Trading since 2004
7.4K students 573 active students (28 Reviews)

Business Management

Leadership, Management & Entrepreneurship
by Leadapreneur . ., We build 21st Century leaders
14.2K students 733 active students (59 Reviews)

Project Management
by Martin Vonderheiden, Instructor
30.4K students 1.8K active students (214 Reviews)

Operations Management
by Professor Gad Allon, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
34.6K students 1K active students (417 Reviews)

Foundations of Business Strategy
by Michael Lenox, Professor of Business - UVA
32.3K students 581 active students (197 Reviews)

7 Steps to Increase Your Influence
by Vanessa Van Edwards, Author and Behavioral Investigator
8.8K students 1.1K active students (70 Reviews)

Time Management: Get 10X More Productive
by Eugene Mota, Online Business Strategist
3.5K students 494 active students (19 Reviews)

Job Search

Mastering Your Resume Made Easy
by TeachUcomp, Inc., Quality Software Training
8.4K students 273 active students (58 Reviews)

Build an outstanding LinkedIn profile
by Slavi Slavov, Business development consultant
5.3K students 265 active students (18 Reviews)

Business Law: Contracts

Financial Markets

Early-stage Capital

Chinese Economy

Power and Bargaining

The Music Business

MIT Entrepreneurs case studies of successful start-up companies by MIT alumni.

Hospitality Management

Starting Your Own Business

How to Write a Business Plan

The Art of Negotiation

Launch a Successful Startup Company

Zero-Cost Marketing Strategies

Online Marketing

Financial Management Courses Online

Investing Basics - Motley Fool

Financial Statements

Financial Accounting

Managerial Accounting

Financial Markets

Economic and Financial Crises Job Search - metasearch engine for job and internship listings

Sample Resumes - write an effective resume, and prepare for an interview - stockbroker training and exam resources

CNN Money - business news

Bloomberg - financial market coverage

MBA Programs - world-wide directory of MBA programs - financial news

SEC - Securities and Exchange

Data Libraries - beyond Google: invisible and comprehensive data resources

Stock Market Game - real-time trading simulation

IRS - federal income tax tables and forms

Sister States Tax Directory - state tax forms, publications and information

US Tax Code Online - complete text of the US Tax Code

Yahoo! Tax Center - tax explanations, tips on reducing taxes, and tax forms

Wall Street Executive Library - business reference


Business Reading List

To become wealthy, and avoid common mistakes in business, you should copy successful people. Note that the authors of the following books are mostly self-made billionaires. You can find the following titles at used bookstores in your area.

Robert G Allen Multiple Streams of Income (2000)

Warren Buffett The Essays of Warren Buffett (2001)

Peter Drucker Innovation and Entrepreneurship (1985)

Donald Trump The Art of The Deal (1987)

Niall Ferguson The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World

Kenneth Blanchard & Spencer Johnson The One Minute Manager (1981)

Stephen R Covey The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (1989)

Michael Dell Direct From Dell (1999)

Jean Paul Getty How To Be Rich (1961)

Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich (1937)

Tom Hopkins The Official Guide to Success (1982)

Clayton M. Christensen The Innovator's Dilemma

Anthony Robbins Unlimited Power (1986)

Anthony Robbins Awaken The Giant Within (1991)

Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence (1995)

Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936)

Stephen Covey The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (1989)

Sam Walton Made in America (1992)

Jack Welch Jack: Straight From the Gut (2001)

Writing a Business Plan

Your business plan is a snapshot of your business and associated financial goals. Your company description provides summary information on what you do, what differentiates your business from others, and the markets that your business serves. Before launching a business, research your industry and competitors. If you need outside funding, financial projections that support your request are essential. Please visit the Small Business Administration website, to find more information about starting a business. The following four steps are crucial to starting any small business.

1. Use online tools and templates as a basis from which to create an original business plan. This written plan will map out how you plan to start and run your own business.

2. Choose a realistic location. You need to learn the balance between high-traffic and high-rent, to select a viable location and adhere to zoning laws. You may wish to apply for government-backed loans, venture capital, or research grants to help you get started. Working capital has to be sufficient to provide liquidity during initial, growth periods.

3. Decide which form of business incorporation is best suited, a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, an 'S corporation,' non-profit organization, or cooperative venture.

4. Learn about business taxes from the IRS, and your state tax department. You must obtain a tax identification number, and all required business licenses and permits. Further, if you are planning on hiring other people, everything gets more complicated.


The art of investments is based on the mathematical principle of doublings over time. While a typical business venture is happy to receive an ROI of 10% yearly, more aggressive returns are possible in the internet age, without incurring undue risk. This page will explore the new medium of MROI, a monthly return on investment.

Along more traditional lines, NASDAQ offers a wealth of investing tutorials, and live streams of data from it's online network of websites, headquartered at At a minimum, browse their stock screener and financial analysis pages. Below, find links directly to Nasdaq pages, offering updated interactive charts, volume trading, summary quotes, and IPO disclosures.

Investing Basics

Mutual Funds
Investing Tools
Stock Screener

NASDAQ Stock Market

Stock Quotes
Basic Charts
Interactive Charts
Most Active
Unusual Volume
IPO Summary

Company Data

Stock Reports
Analyst Research


Business Department Rankings - Undergraduate

 1. Harvard University - Cambridge, MA
 2. Stanford University - Stanford, CA
 3. Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
 4. University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA
 5. University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI
 6. University of California Berkeley - Berkeley, CA
 7. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI
 8. New York University (NYU) - New York, NY
 9. Duke University - Durham, NC
10. University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) - Los Angeles, CA
11. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, NC
12. University of Virginia - Charlottesville, VA
13. University of Washington - Seattle, WA
14. Indiana University - Bloomington, IN
15. University of Texas Austin - Austin, TX
16. Penn State University - State College, PA
17. Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI
18. University of Minnesota Twin Cities - Minneapolis, MN
19. Rice University - Houston, TX
20. University of Maryland - College Park, MD
21. University of Southern California (USC) - Los Angeles, CA
22. Georgetown University - Washington, DC
23. University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA
24. Brigham Young University - Provo, UT
25. Ohio State University - Columbus, OH

    Source: US News, Forbes, and Bloomberg


Business Jobs - Listings

As the economy improves, many firms are beginning to hire. Companies are in need of candidates that can fill a particular job position, so set up an introductory meeting to ask questions about the firm's history, and current business opportunities. They are watching for those candidates who are trying harder than others, thus your first task is to set yourself apart. Hiring managers typically post new jobs on targeted job sites at attract qualified applicants. Browse current job openings below by clicking on the type of position you'd like to pursue.

Each link below lists current openings:Starting Salary
(up to)
10 Year Salary
(up to)
Advertising Managers$65,140$125,140
Advertising Sales$51,370$71,280
Appraisers Of Real Estate$51,110$86,140
Bill Collectors$30,640$53,930
Budget Analysts$63,920$93,080
Business Managers$74,070$124,070
Chief Executives$120,600$224,000
Claims Investigators$42,750$79,170
Commercial Divers$45,410$75,770
Couriers And Messengers$32,580$47,680
Credit Analysts$60,190$80,280
Employment Specialists$46,060$90,030
Executive Secretaries$39,160$59,740
Financial Analysts$71,240$118,000
Financial Managers$60,800$120,380
Hotel Clerks$25,480$37,030
Human Resources$32,200$48,320
Insurance Appraisers$49,980$68,420
Insurance Sales$58,450$85,090
Loan Officers$61,930$97,040
Property Management$52,290$85,170
Public Relations$40,670$79,880
Retail Salespersons$27,200$42,930
Sales Managers$62,730$112,730
Shipping Clerks$27,480$40,590
Tax Preparers$33,160$56,640
Title Examiners$40,660$63,650
Transportation And Logistics$45,370$75,310
Wholesale And Retail Buyers$51,010$83,080

Source: Business Jobs Outlook, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Financial Job Descriptions

The firm that hires you may sponsor fees for required licenses, but exams are difficult and will require preparation. Analysts are required to pass the Series 16 supervisory analyst exam, which permits distribution of analytical reports. Further, analysts may take the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam.

Hedge funds are well-known for taking on greater risk, focusing on very high returns. Hedge funds have few restrictions on how they can invest, so your job security rests squarely on your ability to earn above-market returns. In order to prove yourself in this highly-competitive field, expect very long hours, and high stress. Large firms manage a variety of asset classes, while boutique firms focus on a particular market niche, such as small-cap stocks or high-yield bonds. While hedge funds and money managers buy and sell securities, private equity firms purchase entire corporations, seeking to either resell the companies outright, or take them public. Your job duties may include analyzing potential purchases, negotiating deals, raising financing, or working directly on portfolio profitability.

Real estate firms attempt to either develop new real estate projects or purchase existing projects. Finance jobs at a real estate company include working as a financing specialist, analyst or deal manager. Institutional investment managers invest money for a pension fund, sovereign wealth fund, or an insurance company, in an effort to generate returns over time. Your role may be that of an investment analyst, portfolio manager or currency trader.

Banks are at the heart of the finance industry, financing trade or infrastructure deals, and managing the money of wealthy people. The range of careers in banking is enormous, and often includes beginning as a teller, or accountancy, then working up into branch management or corporate positions. Work is available in specialist areas such as insurance, lending, foreign currency, investment management, trade finance, and financial control. Investment banks give strategic advice to corporations, provide corporate financing, and trade in stocks, bonds, and other securities, often using automated, high-speed trading software. One of the primary functions of investment banks is raising capital. This function falls upon the underwriting department. Bankers in the underwriting department specialize either in debt underwriting or equity. Private equity jobs can be found within an investment bank but most are found at specialist firms. Some of the largest private equity firms include Blackstone, KKR and TPG.

Fill out the form to request course info.
Tag Cloud
Apple iPad Mini App Design   Computer Security   Job Listings   Free Credit Report   Sales Training   Technical Degree Program   Job Training   Starting a Business   Free Online Courses   Online Career Training   Investment Analysis   Technical Training   Medical Jobs   Financial Services   Jobs Board   Design Software   Employee Benefits   Online Degree Programs   Technical Degree Program   Web Page Design   Credit Score   Career Education  
College Search
2 Year Colleges
4 Year Degrees
Medical Jobs
Test Prep
Nurse Training
Website Design
Starting Salary
AP English
Math Review
Study Law
Financial Aid
College Search
2 Year Colleges
4 Year Degrees
    College Search     Test Prep     Resources     Privacy Policy     Terms of Use     About Us     Contact

This website is not affiliated with any educational institution, and all trademarks are exclusive property of the respective owners. College Inspector is the work of a group of Thai students in Bangkok, using info from the US Department of Education, Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). If any stats are incorrect, please contact us with the right data.

      Find us on Google+