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    Nov 21, 2018  
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog 
    
2013-2014 | Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Management, General Business Studies Option, A.A.B.


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The General Business Studies option provides a breadth of knowledge in several areas of the business world.  While incorporating the transferable business core courses, this option provides the student with flexibility to explore several business disciplines and potential career paths.

Program Outcomes

The student will:

  1. Demonstrate skills in oral and written communication;
  2. Recognize the value of good ethical standards and their application to business;
  3. Recognize the culturally diverse workplace and the need to respect varying points of view;
  4. Analyze business case studies and provide recommendations for problem solving and implementation;
  5. Use good interpersonal skills and interact in a team environment by being open-minded to input from others;
  6. Identify the American business system, how it is organized, and how the external environment influences change;
  7. Apply the management principles and concepts necessary for effective, efficient business practices;
  8. Apply the principles of accounting, finance, marketing, and economics to evaluate fiscal decision making;
  9. Demonstrate the skills of applying and interpreting international, federal, state and local laws on business operations;
  10. Recognize the dynamics in the business community and be open to accepting new concepts and technologies;
  11. Demonstrate the ability to use computer software to facilitate manipulation of data and to use the Internet to retrieve information.

 

First Semester--15 credit hours


Third Semester--16 credit hours


Fourth Semester--15 credit hours


Total Credit Hours: 62


1To be chosen from ACC, BUS, HRM, MKT, MGT, SCM, or IMT.

2To be chosen from PSY 121S  or SOC 121S .

3Refer to AAB general education requirements .

4To be chosen from CIT, OSA, NET, NEP, CSC, RLE or ECO 222S.

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