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Business Administration - Alexandria Technical College

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Program Format: Campus Program Level: Associate

Business Administration from Alexandria Technical College is a Campus Associate Management degree that prepares you for a Business career. The Associate in Science (AS) degrees are 64 credits in length. Each of them contains 40 credits of general education and 24 credits of technical education. The 40 general education credits are designed to allow students to complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC), which is transferable in whole or in part to other MnSCU colleges and universities. The AS degree is designed primarily to meet the needs of transfer students.The other awards from ATC are designed to prepare students for the world of work and include more technical credits and less general education credits. This program is designed for students that want to earn a two-year degree from ATC and then transfer to a college that offers a related four-year bachelor's degree. Students take twenty-four technical credits in areas such as computers, management, banking, accounting principles, and credit law, plus forty general education credits that must complete the ten goal areas of the Minnesota General Education Transfer Curriculum ( View more details on Alexandria Technical & Community College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Management courses.

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