Ammerman - Eastern - Grant
Hegis Code: 5004

Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: BUAS-AS

Fall 2015 Program Requirements Comparison

This two-year program is designed for students interested in business careers who plan to continue their studies toward a baccalaureate degree in business at a four-year college or university after completing their associate degree. The program offers a challenging and well-balanced distribution of business and liberal arts courses, specifically selected to meet the requirements of transfer institutions.

Students who plan to enter employment immediately after graduation (rather than transfer) are advised to select the A.A.S. program in Business Administration, which allows a greater range of courses in applied business areas.

Admission Procedures and Requirements

Admission to the A.S. curriculum in Business Administration for entering students requires a minimum 80 average in high school and three years of mathematics through Algebra2/Trig. or equivalent. Applicants desiring this degree who do not have the above qualifications or who are transferring from a different degree program must receive permission from the Business Administration Department or an appropriate business administrator. Students who do not meet the admission criteria may be admitted on a provisional basis.

Continuing college students must have completed MAT111. Applications are processed on a rolling basis fall and spring, with most students meeting minimum standards being admitted.

ACC101: Principles of Accounting I
and ACC102: Principles of Accounting II
BUS115: College/Workplace Skills Seminar 1.5
*♦ Business Elective 3
  COM101: Introduction to Human Communication
or COM105: Public Speaking
  ECO111: Macroeconomics: The National Economy
and ECO112: Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
  ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition
and ENG102: Introduction to Literature
** History Elective 3
  MAT121: Finite Mathematics 3
  Physical Education (2 courses) 2
BUS112: Computing for Business
or CST101: Introduction to Computing
BUS201: Management Principles and Practices 3
BUS208: Case Studies in Business Administration 1
*♦ Business Elective 3
Humanities Elective 3
Laboratory Science Elective 4
LAW111: Business Law I 3
MAT131: Calculus for Non-Science Majors
or MAT141: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
Mathematics or Laboratory Science Elective 3-4
MKT101: Marketing 3
*** Social Science Elective 3

*To be selected from BUS101, BUS117, BUS127, BUS129, BUS141, LAW212, LAW251, MKT230, ACC201, ACC202, ACC214.
**To be selected from HIS101, HIS102, HIS103, HIS104, HIS107, HIS118, HIS119, HIS120. Strongly Recommended: HIS101 or HIS102.
***To be selected from SOC101, PSY101, HIS101, HIS102, HIS103, HIS104, POL103, POL105, ANT101, ECO202. Students planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year institution are strongly advised to use their social science elective to select a course in either American History, Western Civilization or other world civilizations.
To be selected from PHL101, PHL105, PHL107, PHL212, ENG201, any ENG literature course, COM105, COM131, foreign languages, ART101, ART111, ART112, MUS101, MUS206, MUS210, THR101, THR105. Students planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year institution are strongly advised to use their humanities elective to select a course that fulfills the SUNY General Education Requirement for either Foreign Language or The Arts.
If math elective is chosen, it must be MAT103, MAT104, or any MAT course above MAT121. Most students should select MAT124 as their mathematics/science elective, as it is the prerequisite for MAT131, unless a high school equivalent to MAT124 was taken.
These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.
 NOTE: 1) Students planning to transfer to SUNY four-year institution should check the SUNY core General Education Requirements in the college catalog for information on selection of elective courses.
2) See Transfer Opportunities for articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities.

Business and Accounting 25.5-29.5 credits
Computer Science 0-4 credits
Humanities 12 credits
Social Science 12 credits
Math / Lab Science 14-15 credits
Physical Education 2 credits