Business Administration A.A.S.

The business career program in business administration has been developed for students contemplating careers in the expanding field of marketing, sales, retailing, advertising, personnel, office management and other related fields. The curriculum provides specialized training in management, as well as a comprehensive general education.

 The mission of the Business Administration program is to provide students with the preparation needed to obtain positions as entry-level business personnel.

The Business Administration A.A.S. program will:

  • Prepare students to apply the core functional areas of business, including accounting, marketing, management, and law, to make sound business decisions.
  • Prepare students to apply the basic quantitative skills required in business.
  • Prepare students to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Prepare students to demonstrate proficiency in using computer software.
  • Prepare students for employment.

Discipline Category Descriptions

Minimum Degree Requirements (60 credit)
English (6 credits)
ENG 101 English Composition
ENG 102
ENG 235
Literature & Composition   or
Technical Writing
 
Humanities (3 Credits)
COM 101 Public Speaking
 
Business (24 Credits)
BUS 101 Introduction to Business
BUS 153 Quantitative Business Skills
BUS 210 Principles of Marketing
BUS 213 Business Communications
BUS 260 Business Law I
BUS 261 Business Law II
BUS 285 Business Internship  or
Business Elective (Any ACC, BUS, CSC Course)
--------> Business Elective (Any ACC, BUS, CSC Course)

 

Info. Management (3 Credits) 
CSC 102 Introduction to Microcomputer Applications

 

Accounting (8 Credits) 
ACC 120 Financial Accounting
ACC 125 Managerial Accounting
 
History or Social Science (6 Credits)
ECO 101
ECO 102
Principles of Microeconomics   or
Principles of Macroeconomics
 
Math (3 Credits)
 --------> Any MAT course above 100
 
Science (4 Credits) 
 --------> Any 4-credit natural science course with a lab
 
Free Electives (3 Credits) 
--------> Any course that receives college credit

Degree Requirements Worksheets

Students who earn a Business Administration A.A.S. degree are prepared for entry-level work in a variety of business fields.

Some popular career options are:

  • Account Clerk
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Assistant Manager/Store Manager
  • Bookkeeper

Graduates of this program have gone on to own and operate businesses in the tourism and transportation fields. Other graduates hold private and public sector jobs, such as positions with the IRS and local government agencies.

  

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DEPARTMENT:
Business

LOCATION:
Moore Bldg. 5th Floor
Room 514M
Phone: 518-562-4174


STAFF:
Michael Zerrahn
Department Chair

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