Business: Business Administration, AAS

The Business Administration program provides students with a solid foundation in current business practices as preparation for work in a wide variety of industries. Students gain an overall understanding of the areas of business inclusive of management, marketing, human resource management, accounting, and finance. There is strong emphasis on professional and interpersonal communications as a means to successful business relationships.

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to

  • Communicate in a professional manner with colleagues and customers;
  • Analyze and use business data to make decisions;
  • Demonstrate leadership and teamwork in a business setting;
  • Apply ethical decision making guidelines;
  • Understand how to manage business functional areas such as marketing, human resources, and accounting in achieving organizational goals;
  • Apply basic accounting and finance to make business decisions;
  • Use technology and specific software as related to business applications;
  • Apply marketing concepts as related to the overall management and success of a business enterprise;
  • Apply basic business law applications to daily business operations and personnel;
  • Apply the basic principles of human resource management and employment law to the overall management of an organization.


First Year


Fall Semester


First Semester Total: 16


Spring Semester


Second Semester Total: 16