BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / A.A.S. DEGREE
|Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code: 5004
Curriculum Code: BUAD-AAS
Program Learning OutcomesOnline Degree Program: BUAO-AAS
Fall 2015 Program Requirements Comparison
This two-year career program is intended primarily for those students who intend
to seek employment directly after its completion. The curriculum provides essential knowledge and skills in the
financial, management and marketing facets of business, as well as in the supporting areas of communications and
mathematics. Students can pursue their interest in one of seven specialized areas of business (human
resources management, management technology, marketing, entrepreneurship, international business, business law and
economics) through their choice of business electives.
|FIRST SEMESTER: 17.5 Credits||Credits|
|♦||ACC101: Principles of Accounting I||4|
|♦||BUS101: Introduction to Business||3|
|♦||BUS115: College / Workplace Skills Seminar||1.5|
|ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition||3|
|**♦||LAW107: Law for Business
or LAW111: Business Law I
|SECOND SEMESTER: 17-18 Credits||Credits|
|♦||ACC102: Principles of Accounting II
or ACC115: Managerial Accounting
|†♦||BUS112: Computing for Business||4|
|♦||BUS201: Management Principles and Practices
or BUS109: Supervision: Concepts and Practices
|THIRD SEMESTER: 16 Credits||Credits|
|♦||BUS117: Business Communications||3|
|♦||Business Elective (BUS141, BUS123 or BUS127)||3|
|♦||ECO112: Microeconomics: Prices and Markets||3|
|♦||MAT103: Statistics I||3|
|FOURTH SEMESTER: 15-16 Credits||Credits|
|♦||BUS150: Cooperative Education in Business
or BUS209: Issues in Contemporary Business
|¥♦||Business Electives (2 Courses)||6|
|£||Mathematics / Laboratory Science Elective||3-4|
|§||Social Science Elective||3|
|TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED||65.5-67.5|
|*||To be selected from: COM101, COM102, COM105, COM107 or COM131.|
|**||Credit will be given for LAW107 or the LAW111 and LAW212 sequence, but not for both.|
|†||When BUS112 is not available on a particular campus, students may select any CST course they qualify for in place of it.|
foreign language or any 3-credit Arts, MUS or THR course.|
|§||Students planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year institution are
advised to take
|¤||Students enrolled in the online degree program may substitute
a 3-credit course,
: Health Concepts, for the two semesters of Physical Education (total of 2 credits). Students choosing HSC101 should
enroll in the course during the third semester.
|£||If Math elective is chosen, must be
or MAT111 or higher.
|¥||In selecting business electives (i.e., any ACC, BUS, MKT, LAW, BUS or
3-credit OFT course), students are advised to choose any two courses from one of the sequences below:|
1. Human Resources Management: BUS127, BUS129.
2. Management Technology: BUS107, BUS121.
3. Marketing: MKT107, MKT201, MKT213, MKT216, MKT218, MKT220, MKT230, RET111, RET115.
4. Entrepreneurship: BUS123.
5. International Business: BUS141, BUS143, MKT220.
6. Business Law: LAW101, LAW103, LAW212, LAW251.
7. Economics: ECO111 recommended for those planning on transferring to a four-year institution; plus, any one of the above courses.
|♦||These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.|
|REQUIRED CREDIT DISTRIBUTION|
|Business and Accounting||36.5-40.5 credits|
|Social Science||6-9 credits|
|Physical Education||2 credits|
|or Health (online curriculum only)||3 credits|