Oct 25, 2020  
2019-2020 General Catalog 
2019-2020 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration, AAS

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The degree program is designed to provide a well-rounded selection of courses for orientation to business/industry. The student will obtain technical and general education skills necessary for qualified entrance into management, marketing, or accounting fields.

This program articulates with one or more institutions or agencies. Refer to the Articulation Agreements   section of the catalog for further detail.

Learning Outcomes:

Recipients of the Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration will have demonstrated:

  1. comprehension of terms and arithmetic/problems solving skills in personal, financial, and managerial accounting;
  2. application of economic theories to real world and hypothetical situations;
  3. technical and general education skills necessary to qualify for entrance into business management and marketing fields;
  4. successful communication within the business environment using verbal, written, and basic computer literacy skills; and
  5. comprehension and application of basic business legal and ethical principles.

Required Courses for the Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration:

Freshman Year

Second Semester: 15 Hours

Sophomore Year

First Semester: 15 Hours

Second Semester: 15 Hours

Total Credit Hours: 60

Students must meet prerequisites before enrolling in any given course.

*Students having three or more years of relevant work experience in a business setting or 15 or more hours of business courses may substitute a business elective for BADM 105 .

**The following courses will satisfy the Business Elective requirement: ACCT 210 , ACCT 212 , ACCT 218 , BADM 216 , CTEC 144 , CTEC 145 , CTEC 147 , CTEC 146 , and HCM 203 HCM 205 HCM 250 .  If both BADM 213  and BADM 217  are taken, one may be used to meet the degree requirement and the other may be used as the Business Elective.

*** The following course, SPCH 110 , requires you to come to campus to present your speeches.

This degree can be obtained 100% via Internet instruction. Contact your academic advisor for details.

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