Business Administration

The Business Administration associate degree program is designed for students who plan to earn a bachelor’s degree in business. Business courses provide students with a foundation of knowledge in key business areas, in addition to core courses in science and liberal arts.

Business Administration Program

Business Administration

Business Administration A.S.
Requirements: 61 credits

The Business Administration A.S. will take general business courses such as accounting, marketing and management as well as liberal arts classes consisting of courses normally taken in the first two years at a four-year institution.

Business Admin Specific Courses
BBG 295 Cooperative Education work Experience
Additional Business Elective

Business Administration A.S.
Business Administration Program

Option in Finance

Business Administration: Option in Finance A.S.
Requirements: 61 credits

Business Administration students that are interested in quantitative analysis and practical market knowledge with analytical skills will learn about the techniques to make informed financial decisions for their company’s future.

Finance Specific Courses:
BFN 125 Principles of Banking
BFN 203 Investment Principles

Business Administration: Option in Finance A.S.
Business Administration Program

Option in Management

Business Administration: Option in Management A.S.
Requirements: 61 credits

Students in Business Administration with a focus in Management should be interested in management positions with the desire to lead employees and teams, manage projects, organize materials, and oversee finances, to achieve an organization’s goals.

Management Specific Courses:
BMG 210 Organizational Behavior
BMG 220 Human Resources Management

Business Administration: Option in Management A.S.
Business Administration Program

Option in Marketing

Business Administration: Option in Marketing A.S.
Requirements: 61 credits

Business Administration students in marketing will learn to close the loop between a company and their potential clients. Students will develop skills to help them learn consumer needs, promote and sell products or services, and maintain relationships with clients or customers.

Marketing specific courses:
BMK 106 Principles of Selling
BMK 241 Principles of Advertising

Business Administration: Option in Marketing A.S.
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