Dec 07, 2019  
College Catalog 2019-2020 
    
College Catalog 2019-2020

Business, A.A.S.


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Total degree hours: 60

While the Business Certificates offers curriculum that integrates business and information technology, the flexible AAS in Business allows students to expand both their knowledge and career opportunities.  By the end of the program students are prepared for line supervisory roles in office settings and can effectively communicate through data entry, PowerPoint presentations, word processing, and desktop publishing. Students will also demonstrate posting/billing skills.

While the Desktop Publishing/Business Graphics and Business Certificates offer curricula which integrate business and information technology, the flexible AAS in Business allows students to expand both their knowledge and career opportunities.  By the end of the program students are prepared for line supervisory roles in office settings and can effectively communicate through data entry, PowerPoint presentations, word processing, and desktop publishing. Students will also demonstrate posting/billing skills. (catalog)

Program graduates will be able to:

  1. Professionally communicate both verbally and in writing, using various acceptable techniques to transfer information.
  2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of effective management techniques acceptable to business standards.
  3. Discuss and apply knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights and lawful business practices (including ethics and social responsibility).
  4. Demonstrate the ability to construct effective marketing plans and professional business plans.
  5. Design effective advertising campaigns and sales strategies as they apply to professional business standards.
  6. Identify and recognize current events as they apply to modern economic trends and analyze potential business opportunities.
  7. Discuss, interpret and employ various Macroeconomic and Microeconomic concepts as they apply personally, locally, and globally.
  8. Employ and operate various accounting concepts effectively while maintaining standards acceptable in the modern professional business environment.
  9. Transition into a variety of four-year (Bachelor’s) degree programs.
  10. Demonstrate mathematical skills relevant to basic business logic and professional environments.

General Education: (16 credits)


Written Communication: (3 credits)


Oral Communication: (3 credits)


Mathematics: (4 credits)


Other gtPathways (GT) courses are available through CCCOnline


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