The mission of the Associate in Applied Science Business degree is to provide students with the necessary skills and knowledge in fundamental business concepts including accounting, business math, management, customer service, finance, and marketing to gain entry-level employment in a variety of business enterprises.
Associate in Applied Science (Career Program)
Total Credit Hours: 61
Select a course number below to see a course description.
|ENGL 110||COMPOSITION I ||3|
|ENGL 125||BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS ||3|
|SURVEY OF ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES
|ECON 110||PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS ||3|
|BUS 120||BUSINESS MATHEMATICS ||3|
|LABORATORY SCIENCE ||4|
|HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS ||3|
|ACCTG 101||SURVEY OF ACCOUNTING ||3|
|BUS 100||PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EMPLOYEES ||3|
|BUS 121||PRINCIPLES OF CUSTOMER SERVICE ||3|
|BUS 215||LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS ||3|
|BUS 220||INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE ||3|
|BUS 260||BUSINESS INTERNSHIP ||3|
|CMPSC 120||BUSINESS COMPUTER SYSTEMS ||3|
|MGMT 113||PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT ||3|
|MGMT 205||PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ||3|
|MGMT 213||MANAGEMENT CASES AND PROBLEMS ||3|
|MGMT 214||MANAGING TECHNOLOGY ||3|
|MGMT 216||SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ||3|
|MKTG 112||PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING ||3|
|MKTG 201||SALES ||3|
The Associate in Applied Science Business program of study is designed for students preparing for professional positions of responsibility at a variety of business enterprises. The program offers courses in accounting, business math, management, customer service, finance, sales, marketing, human resource management, and professional development.
Students complete an internship in an approved business where they gain practical experience. Program requirements can be completed in four semesters of full-time study or on a part-time basis. The program is not designed for college transfer, although some courses may transfer with approval from four-year institutions.
|Fall Semester 1||ENGL 110; BUS 100; MGMT 113; CMPSC 120; MKTG 112|
|Spring Semester 1||BUS 120; BUS 121; ECON 105 or ECON 110; MGMT 214; MKTG 201|
|Fall Semester 2||ACCTG 101; BUS 215; ENGL 125; Laboratory Science; MGMT 205|
|Spring Semester 2||BUS 220; BUS 260; MGMT 213; MGMT 216; BUS 151; Humanities/Fine Arts|
Julie Howar, Dean
Business, Hospitality, and Information Systems