Enables students to customize their academic programs to meet specific goals and is often used by students who are interested in transferring to a four-year institution. The associate's degree in General Business with no concentration is the most basic and flexible degree offered by the Business and Computer Technology Division. Students may combine this degree with certificate programs offered by the Business and Computer Technology Division or with a degree in another area to improve their employability. The division offers the following certificates:
- Computer Software Applications
- Customer Service Professional
- Industrial Distribution – Business Concentration
- Office Administration
- Office Skills - Fundamentals
- Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
- Explain how the activities involved in operating a business connect with one another.
- Evaluate the opportunities and threats resulting from current business trends.
- Evaluate strategies for obtaining, securing, and growing personal wealth.
- Apply math concepts to solve business and finance related problems and conduct business research.
- Employ computer software application programs such as word processing and spreadsheets, to perform ordinary business activities.
- Model appropriate and effective verbal and nonverbal communication in a business setting.
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|CIS-100: Introduction to Information Technology||3.00|
|ENG-131: Introduction to College Writing||3.00|
Composition-Communication: Complete one
Mathematics: Complete one:
Business: Complete 13 credits from Accounting (BAC), Business Administration (BBA), Computer Applications (BCA), Business Co-op (BCO), Economics (BEC), Finance (BFN), Business Law (BLW), Management (MGT), and/or Paralegal Studies (PLGL).
Students should complete as many business-related courses as necessary to have completed a grand total of 20 business-related credit hours.