Business Administration

2305: A.S. Degree in Business Administration (60 Credit Hours)

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The Associate in Science degree in Business Administration includes business and general education courses designed to provide a career in business or further study. The program prepares graduates for entry into a career in business or the opportunity to transfer into a Bachelor of Applied Science.

Program Courses

Course No.

Course Title

Credits

CGS 1100

Microcomputer Applications

3

OST 2335

Business Communications

3

MAN 2021

Principles of Management

3

 

APA 1111 or

ACG 2021

Business Accounting or

Financial Accounting

3

 

BUL 2241

Business Law

3

GEB 1011

Introduction to Business

3

ECO 2013

Principles of Economics — Macro

3

CGS 2103

Spreadsheet Applications

3

MAN 1949

Co-op Work Experience

3


Program Electives

Choose an additional 18 credit hours from the courses listed below:

STA 2023**

Elementary Statistics

3

MAC 2233**

Calculus for Business and Social Science or any calculus course

3

GEB 2430

Ethics in Management

3

ACG 2071

Managerial Accounting

3

ENC 1102**

Freshman Composition Skills II

3

ECO 2023

Principles of Economics – Micro

3

MAR 2011**

Principles of Marketing

3

GEB 2350

International Business

3

OST 1100

Introduction to Word

3

SBM 2000

Small Business Management

3

FIN 2100

Personal Finance

3

 

Any Business and Technology Course

3

General Education Courses

ENC 1101

Freshman Composition Skills I

3

 

Any Biological or Physical Science

3

MAC 1105**

College Algebra or higher

3

One of the following options: (To satisfy Social Science and Humanities requirements)

ISS 1013

Introduction to the Social Sciences and

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities

 

 

OR

 

WOH 2012

World Civilizations I and either

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities or

 

HUM 1230

Introduction to the Humanities: Since the Renaissance

6

 

OR

 

WOH 2022

World Civilizations II and either

 

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities or

 

HUM 1210

Introduction to the Humanities: To the Renaissance

 

 

Total Credit Hours

60

** These courses are recommended for students planning to enroll in the college's baccalaureate degree programs.

Although scheduling may not always provide for the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and specialization course sequence as a guide for program planning.

College Credit Certificates

The College Credit Certificates in Management, Entrepreneurship, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Business Specialist and Business Operations will provide students with enhanced skills in specialty areas. The purpose of the certificate programs is to prepare the student for entry-level employment in marketing, management or entrepreneurial positions in a variety of business environments and/or to provide supplemental training for persons currently employed. These certificates will satisfy many requirements for the A.S. degree in Business Administration.