The Business Administration curriculum provides a broad academic foundation so that graduates may transfer to the third year of a senior college or pursue immediate employment. Students must select one option from among the Accounting, Computer Programming, Management and Marketing Management options.
Accounting Option Description:
This option prepares students with fundamental courses in business and accounting. The option also provides the background for transfer to a senior college and completion of the baccalaureate degree. Students who wish to pursue a career in finance should select this option. Upon completion of further appropriate education and training and with experience, the student may qualify by state examination as a Certified Public Accountant or as a teacher.
Computer Programming Option Description:
This option provides a range of computer programming courses designed to provide the necessary foundation for employment and/or transfer to a senior college.
Management Option Description:
This option provides the student with skills needed to be a successful manager. Students are prepared to enter management training programs leading to middle management positions. The option is also broad enough to allow students to pursue any business major at a senior college.
Marketing Management Option Description:
This option provides basic courses for those students interested in a career in Marketing Management and for those who intend to transfer to a senior college.
Upon successful completion of the Business Administration program requirements, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to discuss business organizations and management functions in written and oral forms.
- Prepare and analyze financial statements for internal and external decision-making.
- Demonstrate proficiency in performing statistical calculations required in a business setting.
For additional information, including program requirements, please click the following link: Business Administration AS Degree (.pdf)
Curriculum Coordinator: Professor Howard A. Clampman