Associate of Science in Business Administration

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Associate of Science in Business Administration

Program Overview

A degree in business can open doors to a wide variety of careers. Whether you’re just getting started in the professional sphere or are looking to enhance your current business skills, the associate of science in business administration can help you gain the knowledge you need to succeed.

Learning Outcomes

The Associate of Science in Business Administration program, which consists of 60 credits, will provide you with a solid foundation in the skills necessary for modern business, including management, finance, communications and business law. With a mix of theory and skill-building, it’s a good jumping off point for any professional career.

Course Overview

Communications (6 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3ENC 1101English Composition I*
3SPC 1017Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Humanities (3 Credits)

Behavioral/Social Science (3 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3ECO 2013Principles of Macroeconomics

Mathematics (3 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3MAC 1105College Algebra I*

Computers (4 Credits)

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
4CGS 1030Introduction to Information Technology
SLS 1501College Study Skills

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3ACG 2003Principles of Accounting l
1ACG 2003 LPrinciples of Accounting l Lab
3BUL 2131Business Law
3ECO 2023Principles of Microeconomics
3GEB 2430Ethics and Social Responsibility
3MAN 2021Principle of Business Management
3MAR 1011Principles of Marketing
3CGS 2511Spreadsheet Applications for Business*
BUS 2505End of Program Assessment

Credit HoursCourse CodeCourse Name
3ACG 2004Principles of Accounting ll*
1ACG 2004 LPrinciples of Accounting ll Lab*
3ACG 2071Managerial Accounting*
3ENC 2000Business Communications
3MAR 2141Introduction to International Marketing
3MKA 2021Salesmanship
3GEB 2350Introduction to International Business
3TAX 2000Income Tax Accounting
  • *This course has prerequisites; check course descriptions.
  • In order to satisfy the programming language credit, one of the two mentioned courses (COP 1200 or 2010) must be taken.
  • All Credit Courses from within this division or any other division can be used as Suggested Electives.