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Business Administration

BUS-AS


Dr. Greg Nenstiel, Dean, EPI
(727) 791-2433

April Bailey, Academic Department Chair, TS
(727) 614-7084

Nicole Panuthos, Academic Chair, SE
(727) 394-6266

This program prepares students for employment in multiple areas of general business. Students in this program will learn to communicate effectively in a business environment developing reading, writing, and speaking skills critical to functioning in this setting. Students will become comfortable making decisions and taking responsibility in multiple aspects of their working environment. Students in this program will elect a subplan specializing in the field of accounting or international business.

Job-Related Opportunities
First-line supervisors
Administrative Specialist
Customer Service Supervisor, Office Manager
Credit Manager
Sales Representative
Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable Professional 
 


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20141/0490 (BEGINNING 7/26/2014) OR LATER
~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~



AS GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (No minimum credit hours required) * Enhanced World View Requirement
* Enhanced World View Requirement
AS General Education Requirements
General Education Coursework: Communications (3 credits)
ENC 1101       COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
ENC 1121H HONORS COMPOSITION I 3
AS General Education Requirements
General Education Coursework: Ethics (3 credits)
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
OR
PHI 1602H HONORS STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
AS General Education Requirements
General Education Coursework: Speech (Select one course) (3 credits)
SPC 1017        INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION or (Honors) 3
SPC 1017H HONORS INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
SPC 1065 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING 3
SPC 1608 PUBLIC SPEAKING 3
SPC 1608H HONORS PUBLIC SPEAKING 3
AS General Education Requirements
General Education Coursework: Humanities (Select one course) (3 credits)
* Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course 3
Support Courses
Composition II Coursework (Satisfies General Education Communications Requirement) (3 credits)
ENC 1102 COMPOSITION II 3
Support Courses
Math Coursework (Satisfies General Education Math Requirement) (6 credits)
MAC 1105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3
MAC 2233 APPLIED CALCULUS I 3
Support Courses
Economics Coursework (Satisfies General Education Social Sciences Requirement) (6 credits)
ECO 2013       PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS or (Honors) 3
OR
ECO 2013H HONORS MACROECONOMICS 3
ECO 2023       PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS or (Honors) 3
OR
ECO 2023H HONORS MICROECONOMICS 3
Support Courses
Computer Competency Coursework (Satisfies General Education Computer Competency Requirement) (3 credits)
CGS 1100 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3

Major Core Courses
(18 credits)

ACG 2021 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 3
ACG 2071 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3
BUL 2241 BUSINESS LAW I 3
GEB 1011 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3
MAN 2021 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3
STA 2023 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 3
OR
STA 2023H HONORS ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 3

Subplan Core Courses
Select ONE Subplan from below:

Subplan: Management (MGMT) (Complete 12 credits)
LDR 2001 INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP 3
MAN 2340 SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT 3
MAN 2582 INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
MAR 2011 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3

Subplan: Financial Services/Banking (FINSV/BNK) (Complete 12 credits)
BRC 2001 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL SERVICES-BANKING 3
BRC 2062 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MARKETS AND MONEY 3
FIN 2000 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3
RMI 1201 PRINCIPLES OF PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE 3

Subplan: ACCOUNTING (ACCTG) (Complete 9 credits)
ACG 2450 ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS 3
CGS 1515 SPREADSHEET TECHNIQUES AND PROGRAMMING 3
TAX 2000 FEDERAL INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXATION 3
Subplan Electives: ACCOUNTING (ACCTG) (Select 3 credits)
FIN 2000 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3
MAN 2940 MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP 1-4


Subplan: ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ENT) (Complete 12 credits)

ENT 1000 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3
ENT 1012 ENTREPRENEURSHIP MANAGEMENT 3
ENT 2010 PLANNING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE 3
ENT 2120 ENTREPRENEURIAL MARKETING & SALES 3

Subplan: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (INTBUS) (Complete 12 credits)
FIN 2000 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3
GEB 2350 SURVEY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3
MAN 2604 INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS IN BUSINESS 3
MAR 1142 GLOBAL MARKETING 3

Subplan: MARKETING (MKT) (Complete 12 credits)
MAR 2011 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3
MAR 2101 SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING 3
MAR 2321 ADVERTISING 3
MAR 2410 PERSONAL SELLING 3

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

60
CGS 1100 Will apply towards General Education Requirements
Students who completed HUM 2250 prior to Session I, 1996-97 cannot also receive credit for HUM 2210 or HUM 2233.


*Satisfies the Enhanced World View Requirement 
C&I 4/26/2013~ BOT 8/20/2013; C&I 11/30/2013; BOT 1/21/2014