A.A. Business Administration
To liberally educate students in business foundations preparing for
(1) careers in accounting, business, and service organizations and
(2) advanced professional study.
Student Learning Outcomes:
The goals of the Business Administration A.A. degree are to provide basic knowledge in the core areas of business and to serve as a base for further study in a four-year program.
As a part of the regular University Associate of Arts degree requirements, the student must complete the courses in the first group below; the Business Administration A.A. major courses are named in the second group. All course work in Accounting, Business and Economics must be completed with a grade of "C-" or better.
CST100 Fundamentals of Communication
Business Administration Requirements:
ECO212 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO213 Principles of Macroeconomics
LAR111 Western Heritages I
MAT112 College Albebra & Trigonometry
or MAT202 Finite Math
PSY201 General Psychology
or SOC201 Fundamentals of Sociology
ACC225 Principles of Accounting I
BUS306 Management of Organizations
BUS307 Principles of Marketing
BUS320 Business Law
Electives (four additional courses selected from accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, management, marketing or management information systems)