Program of Study
Coursework includes accounting, management, finance, computer applications, business law, economics, and general education courses. Cooperative education opportunities may be available. Related skills are developed through the study of communications, computer applications, financial analysis, critical thinking skills, and ethics appropriate to business today.
Graduates should qualify for a variety of positions in business, government, or industrial organizations, ranging from entry-level to mid-management.
Recommended Courses and Skills
Strong math and accounting background, high school algebra strongly recommended, strong reading comprehension skills and basic computer skills.
Helpful Personal Attributes
General awareness of the business environment, strong communication and interpersonal skills, good decision-making skills, computer keyboarding and technology application abilities and adaptability to various work environments.
|Business Administration - General Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day||A25120BA REVISED|
|Business Administration - General Track||Associate in Applied Science||Evening and Online||A25120BA REVISED|
|Business Administration - Customer Service||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120C|
|Business Administration - Global Entrepreneurship||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120GE|
|Business Administration - Human Resources||Certificate||Day, Evening, Online||C25120HR|
|Business Administration - International Business Global Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day, Online||A25120IB REVISED|
|Business Administration - International Business||Certificate||Day, Evening and Online||C25120IB|
|Business Administration - Public Administration Track||Associate in Applied Science||Day, Evening and Online||A25120PA REVISED|
If you would like additional information about the Business Administration Program, contact Deana Ray, Program Coordinator, at 336.734.7167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.