Skilled leaders are needed in all types of organizations – large or small. Our Business Management program provides an understanding of business fundamentals at every level of an organization, equipping you with the knowledge, insights, and skills you will need to succeed.
In the Business Management program you’ll learn from experienced instructors who bring a real-world business background. Studying in small classes, you will know these instructors well, as they share their working knowledge of principles and strategies used in today’s business.
You will gain leadership and management skills in areas such as financial accounting, organizational sustainability, entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management. Along with business-specific knowledge, the curriculum provides a solid foundation in the liberal arts, sharpening your critical thinking, communication, and interpersonal skills, all critical to business success.
Flexible scheduling options – including online and blended learning, as well as day and evening classes – provide convenience and the ability to earn your associate degree in as little as 18 months. If you wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree after earning your A.S. in Business Management, you’ll have the advantage of a smooth transfer to a four-year university.
- Curriculum Summary
Course Code Course Name Credits HUM140 Critical Thinking in the Modern Age 3.00 ENG108 English Composition 3.00 BUS113 Introduction to Business 3.00 ENG215 Analytical Writing 3.00 SIT203 Basic Office Software Applications 3.00 BUS131 Business Management 3.00 COM108 Communications and Social Interaction 3.00 BUS211 Financial Accounting 3.00 BUS226 Principles of Marketing 3.00 BUS231 Business Law 3.00 MTH145 College Algebra and Trigonometry 3.00 BUS218 Managerial Accounting 3.00 BUS234 Introduction to Project Management 3.00 BUS239 Principles of Finance 3.00 MTH207 Statistics 3.00 POOL7390 Free Elective 1 3.00 BUS201 Organizational Sustainability 3.00 BUS247 Principles of Macro-Economics 3.00 BUS280 Business Strategy 3.00 BUS290 Entrepreneurship and New Ventures 3.00 PSY105 Introduction to Psychology 3.00