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Business Management (AAS)
Required program credits: 29 [plus required concentration credits]
Minimum required credits for AAS: 62
Business management as a career is a transferable skill. Managers often take their expertise from one type of organization to another, from manufacturing to travel and tourism industries. Managers are decision makers. They set goals and policies as a business executive, manages well to direct others in sales, purchase, accounting, production and research. General tasks across various industries include:
• Defining the nature and extent of the project and identifying the problem/other issues
• Gathering data and researching facts
• Analyzing and synthesizing the data
• Developing recommendations/proposing solutions
• Preparing written reports and/or making formal oral presentations
• Assisting in the implementation of recommendations
Business managers make the best use of available resources to achieve the given objective.
After successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:
- Combine computer and communication skills to generate high-quality business projects.
- Write in a clear, organized, and concise way with respect to audience, context, and purpose.
- Demonstrate critical reading, thinking, and writing ability
- Assess the internal and external environments in which businesses operate to determine appropriate strategies.
- Demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultures and value systems of all stakeholders.
- Apply health-related knowledge to promote physical and mental wellbeing.
ACCT 200 | Elements of Accounting I (3 credits)
ACCT 201 | Elements of Accounting II (3 credits)
BADM 201 | Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
BADM 202 | Principles of Management (3 credits)
BADM 203 | Leadership Techniques (3 credits)
BADM 269 | Business Ethics (3 credits)
COMM 212 | Interpersonal Communication (3 credits)
COOP 197 | Cooperative Education/Internship (0.5 credits)
ECON 201 | Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
ECON 202 | Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)
*In addition to the above program specific requirements, please see the general graduation requirements for CTE programs.
Funded by U.S. Department of Labor grant #TC-26460-14-60-A-38*