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Business Administration Associate Degree Core Classes
Principles of Financial Accounting
Students learn the fundamental concepts, standards, and generally accepted principles of financial accounting from transactions through financial statements. Journal entries, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers are also examined.
This course focuses on developing essential competencies necessary for business professionals, some of which include critical thinking, decision making, and the use of computer applications for problem solving. Topics include case study analysis, project development, and application software.
This course will explore the theories and practices of written and oral communication in business and professional settings. Students will examine internal and external communication and the use of technology to facilitate the communication process.
Principles of Management
This course is a study of the functions, roles, and levels of the manager. Students will study classical and contemporary management theories and principles. Other topics include planning (strategy and goal setting, environment), leading (leadership, motivation, diversity, managing conflict), and controlling (decision making, change management).
This course is a study of the activities and processes used to create value for customers through product, price, place, and promotion decisions.
Business Administration Elective
Students may choose one of the following:
Business Analytics & Decision Making
Human Resource Management