Business Management

Curriculum BUS.MGT.AAS (C206B)

The Business Management curriculum provides students with employment or advancement in business, industry, government or service organizations. The curriculum is intended to serve the needs of students who want to enter management positions and to enable those already in management to upgrade their skills and potential for growth. Skills are developed in communication, management of personnel, accounting, customer service and technology.

In addition, a certificate program in Business Management is available for those students who prefer a selection of business courses but do not wish to enter a degree program at this time.

Upon successful completion of the Business Management program, the graduate will be able to:

  • demonstrate knowledge of the business environment from an ethical, economic and global perspective;
  • articulate an awareness of current legal, ethical, social, financial, technical and economic environmental factors, as they apply to business;
  • prepare and present effective written and oral business-related reports;
  • effectively communicate and interact with others;
  • use appropriate technology and other resources to research, analyze and integrate data to solve business problems;
  • list successful marketing mix strategies as they relate to the business environment;
  • apply management functions both departmentally and to the organization as a whole;
  • assess and develop individual communication, leadership and team-building styles; and
  • recognize and adapt to the communication, leadership and team-building styles of others.

Last Update Effective: 8/21/16

Associate in Applied Science Degree

Semester One

Credit Hours

 

ACC 100

Basic Accounting I1 or

 

 

ACC 101

Financial Accounting1

3-4

 

BUS 107

Microsoft Office in Business Applications or

 

 

CIS 101

Computer Systems and Business Applications

3

 

BUS 141

Introduction to Business

3

 

BUS 146

Business Computations1

3

#

RHT 101

Freshman Rhetoric & Composition I

3

 

 

 

15-16

Semester Two

#

ACC 103

Basic Accounting II1 or

 

#

ACC 105

Managerial Accounting1

3

 

BUS 149

Elementary Statistics

3

 

BUS 150

Principles of Management

3

 

BUS 161

Business Law I

3

 

BUS 171

Introduction to Customer Service

3

 

 

 

15

Semester Three

 

BUS 188

Business Writing

3

 

BUS 200

Introduction to Human Resources Management

3

#

BUS 212

Principles of Finance

3

 

ECO 102

Macroeconomics2

3

 

 

General education/Humanities or Fine Arts

3-4

 

 

 

15-16

Semester Four

 

BUS 127

Principles of Marketing

3

#

BUS 262◊

Business Law II

3

#

BUS 285

Project Management

3

#

SPE 101

Principles of Effective Speaking

3

 

 

Program electives

3

 

 

 

15

 

 

Total credits required for graduation

60-62

See BUS course descriptions.

Program electives (3): Any ACC, BUS, or CIS course

Note: ACC 100◊ or ACC 101◊ is a prerequisite for ACC 105◊. ACC 100◊ and ACC 103◊ are not transferable to all universities.

1ACC 100◊ or ACC 101◊; ACC 103◊ or ACC 105◊; and BUS 146◊ meets the Mathematics and/or Science general education requirement. For students intending to go directly into the workforce take BUS 146◊.

2ECO 102◊ meets the Social and Behavioral Sciences general education requirement.

Coordinator: Dr. William M. Griffin, Ext. 3579 or williamgriffin@triton.edu