Academics

Associate in Science, Business Administration and Management [1706]

Program Manager:  Doug Scott

Program Goal:

This program is designed for students who want a foundation in business principles and practices, but aspire to matriculate to a four-year university.

Program Entrance Requirements:

To be admitted to the associate in science degree program in business Administration a student must:

Achieve a level of mathematics proficiency which qualifies the student for entry into MAC 1105 or higher.

  1. Achieve a level of English and reading proficiency which qualifies the student for entry into ENC 1101 or higher.

This program will provide all students with a thorough foundation of fundamental business principles and practices. Through flexibility in this program of study students will have the opportunity to transfer to the university system to pursue a bachelor's degree. Students exiting the program will also be able to utilize general education skills which are necessary for success in the modern world of work. By choosing this program of study, students will ensure that their education will prepare them for immediate employment and the opportunity to go on to pursue a bachelor's degree.

General Academic Courses**

Course Description Term Hours
ENC 1101 Written Communication I
3
ENC 1102 Written Communication II
3
MAC 1105 College Algebra
3
MAC 2233 Applied Calculus
3
STA 2023 Elementary Statistics
3
SPC 1600 Fundamentals of Speech
3
Humanities Choose from Area IV
3
CGS 1570 Integrated Business Apps Software
3
 
Total
24

Program Core Courses**

Course Description Semester Hours
ACG 2021C Principles of Financial Accounting
4
ACG 2071* Principles of Managerial Accounting
3
ECO 2013 Principles of Macroeconomics
3
ECO 2023* Principles of Microeconomics
3
MAN 2021 Principles of Management and Organization
3
BUL 2131 Legal Environment of Business
3
MAR 2011 Principles of Marketing

3

GEB 1011 Introduction to Business
 3 
 
Total
25

Select 6 courses from the list below for a total of 18 term hours:

Course Description Semester Hours
ENC 2210 Technical Reporting
3
SOP 1600 Human Relations
3
PHI 2600 Applied Ethics
3
A.A. General Ed. Area II--any course
3
A.A. General Ed. Area III--any course
3
A.A. General Ed. Area IV--any course
3
A.A. General Ed. Area V--any course
3
 
Total
18

Notes:

This A.S. Business Administration program leads to a B.S. in Business Administration and Mananagement at eight of the 11 universities in Florida. At UCF and USF, it leads to a B.S. in General Business.

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