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2013-14 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Accounting and Business Administration Transfer, A.S.


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Program Design

The Accounting and Business Administration Transfer associate degree program is designed for students who plan to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration or marketing. This program provides a broad liberal arts background consisting mostly of courses normally taken in the first two years at a baccalaureate college or university. In addition, students will take courses in accounting and business administration. Advanced courses should be taken at the institution to which you transfer.

Students should be familiar with the requirements of the institutions to which they will transfer. Therefore, we encourage selection of transfer institutions as early as possible. Students should see an advisor before choosing elective courses because each transfer institution may have specific requirements.

Curriculum

We recommend that students have a sound foundation in mathematics before entering this program. Take the assessment test early to determine your level of mathematical ability. Students must achieve at least a C or better in an accounting course to continue on to the next level. Note: To take a business course numbered 100 or higher, students must be eligible for ENG* 101 . To take an accounting course numbered 100 or higher, students must be eligible for ENG* 101  and MAT* 095  or higher.

Learning Outcomes


Upon successful completion of all Accounting and Business Administration Transfer degree program requirements, graduates will

  1. Demonstrate relevant content knowledge in required core business disciplines (accounting, business law, management and organizational behavior, and marketing) and apply concepts in problem solving through identifying and evaluating alternative solutions and offering a well-supported conclusion.
  2. Recognize proper business acumen and decorum in professional interactions; demonstrate appropriate interpersonal communication and presentation skills and demeanor; demonstrate the ability to use presentation and team interpersonal skills effectively in class presentations.
  3. Recognize and respond thoughtfully to situations that present ethical dilemma, demonstrating the ability to identify ethical dilemmas and social responsibilities of business, an ability to confront ethical dilemmas, and apply ethical principles to business situations using concepts learned.
  4. Apply concepts in core business disciplines and critical thinking skills to make sound financial decisions.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of the interrelationships between accounting and business courses.

In addition, the graduate will complete the comprehensive learning outcomes identified with the General Education Core.

Total Credits Required: 64-65


Note:


A 4-credit laboratory science is recommended by most baccalaureate institutions for Mode 5 .

‡‡ See a faculty advisor.

‡‡‡ ART* 101 , ART* 102 , MUS* 101 , MUS* 102  and ART* 206  are recommended by most baccalaureate colleges for Mode 1 .

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