The Business Management Associate Degree enables the student to acquire a broad understanding of all functional areas of a typical business (Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Production, Information Systems, and Marketing) operating in today’s dynamic environment.
As a current employee in a management discipline, this program will help the student prepare for advancement. If preparing for entry into the business management field, this program will help the student prepare for entry into a first-line management position, such as assistant manager, supervisor, office manager, group leader, or project manager; in areas of advertising, benefits administration, finance, human resources, insurance, retailing, transportation, wholesaling, and communication.
Throughout this program we emphasize the management topics of leadership, motivation, communication, and team building. Furthermore, you will be taught techniques for effective decision-making and methods for setting strategic and tactical goals, planning and organizing activities, leading employees, and controlling operations in organizations.
This well-rounded curriculum will set you on the path to success in the business world.
Graduates will be able to
|ACCT 110||Financial Accounting||3.00|
|BUSM 112||Principles of Management||3.00|
|CIST 100||Introduction to Information Tech||3.00|
|WRIT 101||English Composition||3.00|
|ACCT 111||Managerial Accounting||3.00|
|CIST 106||Software Productivity Tools||3.00|
|LITR 210||Concepts of Literature||3.00|
|WRIT 103||Writing For Business/Tech||3.00|
|TAOC Category Three|
|BUSM 110||Introduction to E-Commerce||3.00|
|BUSM 260||Project Management||3.00|
|BUSM 205||Business Law||3.00|
|COMM 110||Interpersonal Communication||3.00|
|COMM 201||Public Speaking||3.00|
|PSYC 101||General Psychology||3.00|
|BUSH 241||Human Resource Management||3.00|
|BUSM 200||Business Finance||3.00|
|BUSM 245||Principles of Marketing||3.00|
|BUSM 270||Business Internship||3.00|
|Business Internship 3 credits|