Description

The Business Administration program focuses on a basic understanding of business skills needed for entry-level business professionals. The program introduces students to the functional areas of business, including ethical business practices, technology, and communication skills needed in today’s business environment. As part of the program, students will choose elective courses focusing specifically in Accounting or Management and Operations.

Objectives

The Business Administration program is intended to provide career-focused students the ability to gain the fundamental, communication, administration, and career advancement skills necessary to prosper in a diverse local and global business environment.

Students will:

  • Describe basic concepts of the functional areas related to local and global business
  • Define regulatory and ethical business practices
  • Use basic information systems and quantitative techniques
  • Develop professional communication, documentation, and presentations through basic research techniques.

Admission Requirements

  • Have a high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Pass the entrance examination
  • Background check where applicable

Business Administration Diploma

Campus Information
Method of Delivery
  • On Campus
  • Hybrid
Course Outline

To receive a Diploma in Business Administration, students must complete 24.0 semester credit hours (704 clock hours). This Diploma program can be completed in 8 months for full-time students.

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Core Courses: 15.0 credit hours

Credit Hours
ACG 1200: Accounting Principles I 3.0
ACG 1200: Accounting Principles II 3.0
BUL 1100: Business Law 3.0
FIN 2100: Financial Management 3.0
MAR 1200: Introduction to Marketing 3.0

Electives: Accounting (9.0 credit hours)

ACG 2300: Accounting Information for Business Decisions 3.0
ACG 2400: Integrated Accounting 3.0
TAX 2300: Principles of Taxation 3.0

Electives: Management and Operations (9.0 credit hours)

GEB 1200: Entrepreneurship 3.0
MAN 1100: Principles of Management 3.0
MAN 2600: Human Resource Management 3.0