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BC3 Academic Catalog: 2012-2013 
BC3 Academic Catalog: 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Management, A.A.S.

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Business Management (302)
Associate in Applied Science Degree

This degree in Business Management provides a broad-based coverage of both practical and theoretical business knowledge for those presently employed in supervisory positions who desire advancement and for those who seek initial supervisory training in preparation for employment. Courses provide skill development in all facets of business operations and communications, with the option of an emphasis area in accounting, computer information systems, marketing, or general business. The student will also develop the basic computer skills needed by supervisors in the world-of-work. Typical employment positions are Retail Manager, Office Administrator, Account Manager, and Management Information Systems Manager.

NOTE: Courses listed in the first/third semester will be scheduled for the fall; second/fourth semester courses will be scheduled for the spring. The student is encouraged to use the curriculum planner to keep track of courses taken and those still needed. In some cases, one or more courses may be taken in a different order than indicated on the planner. However, individual course prerequisites must be observed.

Prerequisites/Corequisites – Some courses require another course be taken beforehand or at the same time. To check if a course has a prerequisite or corequisite, see the course description.


Minimum - 60 credits

Third Semester (15)

Fourth Semester (15)


1 Any mathematics course taken as a part of the requirements in any Business Program must be taken concurrently with or prior to Accounting for Managers (ACCT 110) or Financial Accounting (ACCT 203).

2 Students must choose a combination of nine credits of electives that concentrate on Accounting (ACCT), Marketing (BUSN), Human Resources (BUSN), Computers (COMP), Office Administration (OADM), or Hospitality Management (FSVC) courses. Practicum courses cannot be used as concentration electives. Program advising is strongly encouraged.


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