Business: Small Business Management, AAS
This program offers development of the knowledge and skills necessary to demonstrate proficiency as a small business manager or entrepreneur. Upon completion of this program, students will be able to
- Use basic accounting and financial principles to make management and marketing decisions;
- Apply technology and specific software as related to business applications;
- Apply basic business law applications to daily business operations, organizational issues, and personnel;
- Explain the advantages and disadvantages of various organizational formats available to the small business owner;
- Develop a basic business plan, marketing plan, and financial projections as commonly used in business;
- Apply the basic principles of human resource management and employment law to the overall management of an organization;
- Understand the benefits of various agencies available to assist the small business owner; and
- Explain the pros and cons of various funding options available for starting or expanding a business.
First Semester Total: 16
Second Semester Total: 16
First Semester Total: 17
Second Semester Total: 14
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