Business Administration

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

CIP: 52.0201
FL CIP: 1552020102
SOC: 11-1021

Business Administration programs train individuals to assume management or supervisory roles in business, industry and government. This program provides basic skills in a variety of fields commonly needed in management positions, including communications, management, accounting, computer usage and marketing.

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

 

ACG 2021

Financial Accounting

3

 

BUL 2241

Business Law I

3

GEB 1011

Introduction to Business

3

ECO 2023

Principles of Economics — Micro

3

CGS 2103

Spreadsheet Applications

3

MAN 1949

Co-op Work Experience

3

GEB 2430

Ethics in Management

3

ACG 2071

Managerial Accounting

3

MAR 2011**

Principles of Marketing

3

GEB 2350

International Business

3

FIN 2100

Business Finance

3


Program Electives

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

ENC 1102**

Freshman Composition Skills II

3

MAN 2582

Introduction to Project Management

3

ENT 1000

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3

ENT 2112

Entrepreneurship Opportunities

3

SBM 2000

Small Business Management

3

ACG 2450

Integrated Accounting (QuickBooks)

3

MKA 2021

Sales, Marketing and Advertising

3

General Education Courses

ENC 1101

Freshman Composition Skills I

3

 

 

 

One of the following:

MAC 1105

College Algebra

3

MAC 2311

Calculus I with Analytical Geometry

5

MGF 1106

Liberal Arts Mathematics

3

MGF 1107

Mathematical Explorations

3

STA 2023

Elementary Statistics

3

STA 2023H

Honors Elementary Statistics

3

 

 

 

One of the following:

ARH 1000

Art Appreciation

3

HUM 1020

Introduction to the Humanities

3

LIT 1000

Introduction to Literature

3

MUL 1010

Music Appreciation

3

PHI 2010

Introduction to Philosophy

3

THE 1000

Introduction to the Theatre

3

 

 

 

One of the following:

ECO 2013

Principles of Economics – Macro

3

 

 

 

One of the following:

AST 1002

Descriptive Astronomy

3

BSC 1005

Introduction to Biology

3

BSC 2010

Integrated Principles of Biology I

3

BSC 2085

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

3

CHM 1020

Chemistry in Society

3

CHM 2045

General Chemistry I

3

ESC 1000

Earth Science

3

EVR 1001

Introduction to Environmental Science

3

PHY 1020

Elementary Physics for Nonscience Majors

3

PHY 1053C

General Physics I with Lab

3

PHY 2048C

General Physics with Calculus I with Lab

3

 

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 Business Management, 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.