Career opportunities for Business Administration majors are diverse and many. The major prepares students for careers in business disciplines which include sales, marketing, public relations, and human resources. Many graduates find employment within the manufacturing industries: automotive, aerospace, commercial; investment banking; consulting services; retailing; and information technology and telecommunications. Others secure employment in federal, state, or local government agencies. Still others work for non-profit or private foundations and professional organizations. Administrative assistant, bookkeeper, buyer, employment interviewer, and sales agent are some of the careers for which the non-transfer option helps prepare the student.
Complete General Education and other requirements listed for the Associate degree and
Major requirements: 24-26 semester units
A grade point average of 2.0 is required for the major courses.
|ACTG 100||Accounting Procedures||3 units|
|ACTG 121||Financial Accounting||4 units|
|MGMT 220||Organizational Behavior||3 units|
|BUS 100||Contemporary American Business||3 units|
|BUS 115||Business Mathematics||3 units|
|BUS 201||Business Law I||3 units|
|BUS 401||Business Communications||3 units|
|BUS 295||Computer Systems in Business||4 units|
|CIS 110||Introduction to Computer and Information Science||3 units|
Plus, select 3 units from a BUSW series