Business Management - Associate in Applied Science

Curriculum Code: 595

Program Information
This program prepares students for entry- level positions in all sectors of business, government, not-for-profit and social service agencies. Business programs focus on the education and skills needed in today’s global business environment. Practical courses coupled with general education offerings enhance development of critical thinking, communication and problem- solving skills, as well as adaptability and team work.

When You Graduate
When You Graduate AAS programs are designed for students who want to enter a career directly after graduating but those who change their plans find that most of their CCC credits transfer to four-year colleges. Students are encouraged to visit the NJ transfer website: www.njtransfer.org for transfer course equivalencies. CCC graduates have transferred to every university in New Jersey and scores of universities throughout America. The latest technology and learning tools support your education for a wide range of employment opportunities.

Upon completion of this program, student should be able to:
•Prepare and present effective oral business presentations. •Evaluate key elements of a Strategic Plan and make recommendations for improvement of Strategic Plans. •Locate, retrieve and critically evaluate information and information sources. •Seek employment in the field of study.


Employment Opportunities:
Entry-level positions in manufacturing, retailing, banking, insurance, marketing and government

Program Requirements (42)
Credits
AC
103
Accounting Principles I
4
AC
104
Accounting Principles II
4
BU
106
Introduction to Management
3
BU
109
Business Law I
3
BU
115
Introduction to Business
3
BU
116
Cases in Business Management
3
BU
207
Introduction to Marketing
3
BU
212
Human Resources Management
3
BU
233
Corporate Finance
3
BU
249
Introduction to International Business
3
BU
288
Strategic Management
4
EC
201
Principles of Macroeconomics
3
SP
203
Effective Speech
3

General Education Requirements (21-22)
Credits
CS
101
Introduction to Microcomputers or
CS
102
Applications on the Microcomputer
3
EN
101
English Composition I
3
EN
102
English Composition II or
EN
103
Technical Writing
3
PY
101
General Psychology
3
Diversity Elective
3
Humanities Elective
3
Math Elective (MA 109 or higher*)
3-4

Total Credits: (63-64)

*Excluding MA115