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Business Administration - Central Community College

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Program Format: Campus Program Level: Associate

Business Administration from Central Community College is a Campus Associate Management degree that prepares you for a Business career. The AAS degree in Business Administration provides the skills and knowledge that prepares students for success in a career in business, management or marketing. ACCT 1100 - Small Business Accounting OR ACCT 1200 - Principles of Accounting I BSAD 1050 - Introduction to Business BSAD 1360 - Personal Financial Planning OR Student Elective BSAD 2450 - International Business BSAD 2510 - Supervisory Management BSAD 2520 - Principles of Marketing BSAD 2540 - Principles of Management BSAD 2560 - Microcomputers in Management BSAD 2570 - Leadership, Law & Ethics Business Electives*** BSAD 2900 - Business Administration Capstone ECON 1100 - Economic Understanding or ECON 2110 - Principles of Macroeconomics OFFT 1200 - Workplace Interaction OFFT 1550 - Intermediate Microsoft Integration** General Education Courses GEN ED Group A: Communications (ENGL 1010, 1020 or 1230) GEN ED Group B: Math/Science GEN ED Group C: Personal Dev/Humanities GEN ED Group D: Social & Behavioral Science GEN ED Group A, B, C or D Elective View more details on Central Community College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Management courses.

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