HEGIS Code 5004.00 Inventory of Registered Program Code: 01813
The College offers programs leading to the A.S. degree in Business Administration and the A.A.S. degree in Business Management. The latter degree program offers concentrations of courses that lead primarily to careers upon completion of the program, while the Business Administration program is designed for students who are considering transferring to a four-year program.
The objective of the Business Administration Program is to help prepare students to assume managerial and administrative responsibilities. Students graduating with an A.S. degree in this field usually plan to continue their studies toward a baccalaureate degree.
The liberal arts and business courses recommended for this A.S. degree are designed to develop the student’s ability to communicate well, to work smoothly with others on the job, to analyze and solve problems effectively, and to prepare for personal living and social responsibilities.
Career courses for this degree include the specific areas of accounting, statistics, and law as well as foundation studies in business organization and management, marketing, and finance. Students may also select courses from the wide variety of offerings available in the many programs offered by the College.
Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree in Business Administration
The Associate in Science graduate is prepared for transfer with advanced standing to a four-year program where additional professional training in the business field may be pursued.
The courses below are required of all students in the Business Administration Program.
Recommended Sequence of Courses