The CEO is the highest ranking executive in a company, and as such, they are responsible for making sure the company is profitable and runs smoothly. They need to have a good understanding of all aspects of the business, from accounting to marketing and be able to make decisions quickly and efficiently. An education in business or a related field is essential for anyone wanting to become a CEO.
To become a CEO, in most companies, you will need at least a bachelor’s degree. The most common degrees for CEOs are in business, accounting, or economics, but many also have degrees in engineering or science and some have law degrees. While it is possible to become a CEO without a degree, it is very difficult to do so unless you are the founder of the company.
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