Business courses for Professional Development

Online learning or possibility to study in the USA with an F1 visa
Our company provides students with an opportunity to gain an understanding of the modern business world by studying some of the most relevant and current subjects. Students will develop their professional business skills and advance their English proficiency.
Courses are designed to cover the theoretical basis and fundamental principles of each subject, and include analytical tools used by business managers to make important real-life decisions.
In this highly-competitive global economy, professional development and advanced understanding in business theory will propel your career forward, ahead of others.

Courses are taught at the first-year college level and cover the fundamentals of the subject.
Our program has been updated in accordance with American and European curricula.

Course curricula follow nationally and internationally accepted guidelines as determined by The College Board or the American Council on Education. The designated textbook follows the curriculum and is required for studies. Online resources are used when appropriate to enrich the learning experience.

*Subject to change and courses may not be offered at all schools

** Not a CLEP or DSST College Credit through Examination course



$1350 per course

2-4 courses

$1250 per course

5 courses(1 year)

$6200 per 5 courses

Extra payments: Application fee - $150

PSYCHOLOGY: The goal is for students to develop an understanding of basic facts, concepts, and principles in approaches and methods of psychology; biological bases of behavior, sensation, and perception; states of consciousness; learning; cognition; motivation and emotion; personality; psychological disorders and treatment; social psychology; tests, and measurements.

PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISION: The goal is for the student to develop an understanding of the interlocking functions of organizing, planning, controlling, and managing an organization’s resources in order to achieve the organization’s objectives. Issues include planning, organizing, directing, motivating, and managing personnel.

FINANCE: The goal is for students to develop and understanding of financial concepts and theory, including financial statements and planning, time value of money, working capital management, valuation and characteristics of stocks and bonds, capital budgeting, cost of capital, risk and return, and financial management.

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (for students ineligible for the Summer Break): The goal is for students to develop and understanding of how to better communicate in a business or professional environment. Topics of study include crafting messages, creating presentations, improving written and verbal skills, and using business vocabulary.

MARKETING: The goal is for students to understand concepts including the role of marketing in society and within a firm, consumer and organizational markets, marketing strategy planning, the marketing mix, marketing institutions, and other selected topics, such as international marketing, ethics, marketing research, services, and not-for-profit marketing.

MANAGEMENT: The goal is for students to develop an understanding of management functions and techniques, and ability to associate the meaning of specific terminology with important management ideas, processes, and techniques. You will also be required to apply knowledge, general concepts, and principles to specific problems.


  • 1
    Certificate of Secondary Education or Diploma of Higher Education
  • 2
    Minimum age of 18 years old (if student is under 18 but he completed high-school, he can apply for the program)
  • 3
    English proficiency of Level 6 or higher (Advanced or Fluent)
  • 4
    Maturity and willingness to participate in classroom activities
  • Develop new skills and an understanding of the global economy and the business world
  • Potential for increased career opportunities when returning to your home country

  • Graduating students are awarded designations and qualifications for successfully completing courses
  • Development of international alumni contacts
  • Although not an exam preparation course, the curriculum follows CLEP and DSST recommendations, providing students an opportunity to gain college credits by examination in the US and worldwide

After completion of any course students can pass CLEP test. The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is a group of standardized tests created and administered by College Board, an American not-for-profit organization that was to expand access to higher education. These tests provide a mechanism for earning college credits at lower cost (currently around $85) and higher convenience. The tests are administered at more than 2,900 colleges and universities across the world which grant CLEP credit.
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The DSST Program (DSST) was developed by the US Department of Defense for service members but it is now open to all students. The program includes a group of standardized tests created and administered by Prometric, an American education and testing company. These tests provide a mechanism for earning college credits at lower cost (currently around $100) and higher convenience. The tests are administered at many sites across the United States and there are about 1,500 colleges which grant DSST credit.
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Weekly schedule

18 lessons/week

Monday - Thursday

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  • Program duration is a minimum of 1 course (6 to 8 weeks) and a maximum of 15 courses (3 years)
  • 5 courses are taught per year, with a minimum of 3 "Business" courses plus a minimum of 1 in "Humanities" or "Social Sciences"
  • Courses are offered in sequence so students are not able to select a particular course at any given time
  • The number of courses passed leads to specific designations, as follows:

No. Courses/Designation

5 - Certificate in Business Administration

10 - Diploma in Business Administration

15 - Higher Diploma in Business Administration

Learn to Learn LLC
858 Hiland Avenue Coraopolis PA 15108