The Business Administration Associate of Applied Science (AAS) prepares students for immediate employment in business occupations. The Business Administration AAS may be awarded indicating emphasis in the following areas of specialization: General Business, Accounting, Management, or Small Business/Entrepreneurship.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Apply effective written and verbal communication skills both individually and in groups.
- Apply analytical, technology, and reasoning skills relevant to the profession.
- Apply appropriate ethical choices on both a professional and personal level.
- Identify how a business operates and external factors that can affect its performance.
- Identify and resolve business problems through critical thinking and the decision-making process.
|Course ||Title ||Credits |
|BA 101||Introduction to Business||4|
|BA 104||Business Math||3|
|BA 111||Applied Accounting I||3|
|BA 178||Customer Service||3|
|or BA 285|| Business Human Relations|
|BA 218||Personal Finance||4|
|CIS 120||Computer Concepts (or Computer Competency Test)||0-4|
|CIS 131||Software Applications||4|
|LIB 100||Introduction to Finding Information||1|
|WR 121Z||Composition I||4|
|BA 112||Applied Accounting II||3|
|BA 113||Applied Accounting III||3|
|BA 206||Management Fundamentals I||4|
|BA 214||Business Communications||3|
|BA 223||Marketing Principles I||4|
|BA 226||Business Law I||4|
|BA 261||Consumer Behavior||4|
|BA 220||Business Analysis and Budgeting||4|
|BA 222||Business Finance||4|
|BA 290||Business Seminar||3|
Take as many level 1 courses as possible before attempting level 2 courses, and take as many level 2 courses before level 3 courses. Level 3 courses may be taken concurrently with level 4 courses.
This degree is designed for students planning to enter their chosen career upon graduation. Only selected credits are considered transferrable to public or private baccalaureate institutions. See advisor for additional information.