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Business: Management

Award Type: Associate in Science

The associate of science degree program in business prepares students for entry-level management positions. Courses also provide a foundation for upper division courses in a baccalaureate degree program in Business. Students will recall and apply significant business principles, produce work-based learning projects, and demonstrate the ability to follow oral and written instructions.

The graduate of the Associate in Science in Business: Management will:

  • Recall significant business issues, theories, and applications relevant to entry-level management positions and subsequent upper-division coursework.
  • Apply business principles to produce work-based learning projects related to entry-level management positions.
  • Demonstrate the ability to follow instructions on assignments and class activities.

Program Requirements

A major of 36 units is required for the associate in science.

Required core courses (27 units):

Course Number Course Title Units
ACCT 131 Financial Accounting 1 3.0
ACCT 132 Financial Accounting 2 3.0
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3.0
BUS 102 Marketing 3.0
BUS 104 Business Organization and Management 3.0
BUS 107 Human Relations in Business 3.0
BUS 110 Business Law 3.0
BUS 160 Business Communications 3.0
CBIS 101 Computer Concepts & Applications 3.0
CBIS 141 Microsoft Excel-Comprehensive 3.0
CBOT 131 Introduction to Word Processing 3.0

Plus a minimum of 9 units selected from the following:

Course Number Course Title Units
BUS 106 Small Business Management 3.0
BUS 111 Internet Marketing 3.0
BUS 140 Survey of International Business 3.0
CWE 149 Cooperative Work Experience OCCUPATIONAL 1.0 - 8.0 units
ENTR 101 Intro to Entrepreneurship 3.0
ENTR 102 Entrepreneurship Projects 3.0

Note: a minimum of at least 1-3 units in CWE 149 is required for the degree.

General Education Requirements

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Last Modified Apr 16, 2024