Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration

Degree Requirements

General Education - Humanities/Fine Arts

ENC 1101English Composition I (P)

3 credits

General Education - Natural Science/Mathematics

See Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science Degree Courses Required for Graduation3 credits

General Education - Social/Behavioral Science

ECO 2000Introduction to Economics (P)

3 credits

Or

ECO 2013Principles of Economics Macro (P)

3 credits

Or

ECO 2023Principles of Economics Micro (P)

3 credits

General Education - Humanities/Fine Arts or Natural Science/Mathematics or Social/Behavioral Science

See Associate in Science/Associate in Applied Science Degree Courses Required for Graduation6 credits

Major Field Required Courses - 33 credits

BUL 2241Business Law I (P)

3 credits

FIN 2001Introduction to Finance (O)

3 credits

GEB 1011Introduction to Business

3 credits

MAR 2011Principles of Marketing

3 credits

SBM 1000Entrepreneurship (P)

3 credits

APA 1111Introduction to Accounting (O)

3 credits

Or

ACG 2001Financial Accounting I (P)

3 credits

And

CGS 1060College Computing (P)

3 credits

Or

CGS 1100Introduction to Computer Applications for Business (P)

3 credits

Or

CIS 1000Introduction to Information Technology

3 credits

And

ENC 2200Business Communications

3 credits

Or

ENC 2210Technical Communications (P)

3 credits

And

MAN 2021Principles of Management (P)

3 credits

Or

MNA 2345Supervision (P)

3 credits

And

MNA 2100Interpersonal Relations in Business

3 credits

Or

SLS 1261Essentials of Contemporary Leadership (P)

3 credits

And

QMB 1001Mathematics of Business (P)

3 credits

Or

ACG 2011Financial Accounting II (P)

3 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Retail Marketing

MKA 2041Retail Management (P)

3 credits

MKA 2104Principles of Visual Merchandising (P)

3 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Hospitality Management

FOS 2201Sanitation and Safety (O)

3 credits

FSS 2263Food Merchandising and Service (O)

3 credits

HFT 1000Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism (P)

3 credits

HFT 2002Management of the Hospitality Industry

3 credits

MKA 2323Mid-Management Seminar III

4 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Insurance Marketing

RMI 1090Customer Service Representative (O)

3 credits

RMI 2500Individual Life and Health Insurance (O)

3 credits

RMI 2600Property and Casualty Insurance (O)

12 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Real Estate Marketing

REE 1040Real Estate Principles and Practices I (O)

4 credits

REE 1180Real Estate Residential Appraisal ABI (O)

6.5 credits

REE 1271Mortgage Broker License Course (O)

2 credits

REE 2041Real Estate Principles and Practices II (O)

5 credits

REE 2080Real Estate Sales Review (O)

1 credit

REE 2541Community Association Management (O)

1 credit

Suggested Specialization Electives – Customer Service

MKA 2021Salesmanship

3 credits

MKA 2161Customer Relations

1 credit

MKA 2323Mid-Management Seminar III

4 credits

MNA 1162Customer Service Technology

3 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Finance

FIN 1100Personal Finance (O)

3 credits

MKA 2021Salesmanship

3 credits

MKA 2161Customer Relations

1 credit

MNA 1162Customer Service Technology

3 credits

MNA 2761Strategic Planning (P)

1 - 3 credits

MNA 2772Human Relations in the Workplace

1 credit

MNA 2781Communications in the Workplace

1 - 3 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Golf Shop and Golf Services Management

GCO 2632Golf Course Organization and Administration (O)

3 credits

MKA 2041Retail Management (P)

3 credits

MKA 2323Mid-Management Seminar III

4 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Golf Facilities Administration and Management

GCO 1402Turfgrass Science (O)

3 credits

GCO 1930Special Topics in Golf Course Operations (O)

.5 - 3credits

GCO 1947Golf Course Design Concepts (O)

3 credits

GCO 2632Golf Course Organization and Administration (O)

3 credits

HFT 1000Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism (P)

3 credits

PET 1121Fundamentals of Golf

1 credit

PEL 1301Introduction to Golf Management

3 credits

PEL 2121Player Development

1 credit

Suggested Specialization Electives – Golf Facilities Food and Beverage Management

GCO 2632Golf Course Organization and Administration (O)

3 credits

FOS 2201Sanitation and Safety (O)

3 credits

FSS 2263Food Merchandising and Service (O)

3 credits

MKA 2161Customer Relations

1 credit

MKA 2323Mid-Management Seminar III

4 credits

Suggested Specialization Electives – Aviation

ATT 1941Professional Development in Aviation I

3 - 6 credits

ATF 1941Professional Development in Aviation II

2 - 9 credits

 

Major Field Electives

AMH 2010American History: Discovery through Reconstruction (P)

3 credits

AMH 2020American History: Reconstruction to the Present (P)

3 credits

BUL 2242Business Law II (P)

3 credits

ECO 2023Principles of Economics Micro (P)

3 credits

ETI 1091Introduction to Emerging Technologies (O)

3 credits

FIN 1100Personal Finance (O)

3 credits

GEB 1350Introduction to International Business (P)

3 credits

GEB 1931Introduction to Business Technology

3 credits

MAN 2300Introduction to Human Resource Management (P)

3 credits

MKA 1303Mid-Management Seminar I

4 credits

MKA 1313Mid-Management Seminar II

4 credits

MKA 2323Mid-Management Seminar III

4 credits

MNA 1821Electronic Commerce (P)

3 credits

MNA 2761Strategic Planning (P)

1 - 3 credits

MNA 2932Professional Development

.5 - 5 credits

RMI 1631Accredited Claims Adjuster (ACA) (O)

3 credits

RMI 19304-40 to 2-20 Conversion Course (O)

3 credits

Maximum of three courses with CGS, MAN, MKA, MNA, or SLS Prefix

Any one course from the following areas: courses with FRE, GER, ASL, or SPN Prefix

Students should select 16 credits from the Electives above.

Students may enhance their career success by first attaining a Certificate In Business Management (60030) by completing 24 credits from the Major Field Required or the Major Field Electives sections listed in the degree. Attaining the A.S. Degree is then simply a matter of completing the General Education required courses and the remaining 25 credits of major field and elective courses.