Credential: Associate in science
60 SEMESTER CREDITS ● 20 MONTHS. CIP CODE: 520201
An associate in science (AS) Degree in Business Administration will prepare students to work in entry level positions within the business administration field and to transition smoothly into a Bachelor of Science (BS) program in Business Administration.
The program is designed to provide students with a foundational academic education in the essentials of the business profession, with knowledge in the key areas of business administration functions. Through online synchronous and asynchronous learning, students will explore the roles of the business professional, business laws, contracts, accounting, finance, and entrepreneurship. The program will also introduce students to important business necessities, such as leadership skills and business technology fundamentals. Students who complete this program will be able to continue to the bachelor’s in science (BS) degree program in Business Administration.
|GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
|English Composition I
|BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES
|Intro to Business
|Contracts and Vendors
|Effective Managerial Listening
|Ethics in Business
|TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS
CREDENTIAL GRANTED UPON COMPLETION
Upon successful completion of the program, students receive an Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration.
This program is offered in an online environment through asynchronous learning methods.
Full-time students complete the program in 20 months.
ADDITIONAL FEES NOT INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM
Admission Requirements Cost – Under the admissions section of the catalog we have listed costs associated with the admissions process not included in the program enrollment fees.
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES REQUIREMENT
Students must fulfill general education requirements to graduate. Students with 2 or more General Education courses may take Criminal Justice core courses in tandem while completing general education classes.
General Science – 6 Credits Required
Human Biology (3 credits)
Psychology (3 credits)
Humanities – 15 Credits Required
English Composition (3 credits)
Oral Communications or Public Speaking (3 credits)
Cultural Diversity (3 credits)
Legal Writing (3 credits)
Mathematics – 3 Credits Required
College Algebra (3 credits)