Business Administration (Transfer)

This course of study is designed for students who plan to transfer to a senior college to pursue a baccalaureate degree in business administration, accounting, management, marketing, international business, or economics.

Students interested in the two-year A.A.S. program in Business Administration should see page 45. Students interested in the two-year A.A.S. program in Accounting should see page 44. Students interested in concentrations in Accounting or International Business for transfer to a four-year institution, should see the advisement tracks below.

The Associate in Science (A.S.) degree is awarded upon completion of the requirements for this program.

Upon completion of the BAT program, the student will be able to:
• demonstrate application of basic management principles;

• demonstrate application of accounting principles;

• interpret business reports including the income statement and
balance sheet;

• demonstrate application of business law;

• demonstrate application of computer technology use;

• research business careers and upper-level educational
institutions.

Select courses in consultation with an advisor.

ACCOUNTING ADVISEMENT TRACK:

This track is recommended for students in the BAT program who plan to major in accounting at a four-year college.

Students should select the following options:

1st semester: ACC 100
3rd semester: BUS 107
4th semester: ACC 221 and BUS 216 (in place of BUS 107 or BUS 244)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADVISEMENT TRACK:

This track is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college to study in the area of International Business.

Students should select the following options:

1st semester: BUS 100
2nd semester: HIS 108, ECO 201 in place of BHS 103 (Note: take BHS 103 in 4th semester.
3rd semester: ECO 202 in place of ECO 201. (Free Elective-Foreign Language recommended.)
4th semester: BUS 254 Global Business in place of ACC 221, BUS 216, CIS 213, or MAT 125. General Education Elective (d) GOV 219. Global Politics recommended. BHS 103 in place of ECO 202. Foreign Language in place of 200- level English.

First Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ENG 101 Composition I 3
CIS 111 Computer Systems and Applications 3
Math (a) MAT 110, 125, 184, 185, or 221 3-4
ACC 104 Financial Accounting 4
BUS 100 OR Business Administration Introductory Seminar  
ACC 100 Accounting Introductory Seminar 1
BUS 104 Business Organization & Management 3
TOTAL   17-18

Second Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ENG 102 Composition II 3
HIS 104, HIS 108, GOV 121 3
ACC 204 Managerial Accounting 4
MAT 118 Elementary Statistics 3
BHS 103 Social Problems in Today's World 3
TOTAL   16

Third Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
Science (b)   4
BUS 215 Business Law I 3
ECO 201 Micro Economics 3
BUS 107 OR Principles of Marketing (c) OR  
BUS 244 Human Resource Management (c) 3
Free Elective (e)   3-4
TOTAL   16-17

Fourth Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ACC 221, BUS 216, CIS 213, or MAT 125 3-4
General Education Elective (d) 3
ECO 202 Macro Economics 3
BUS 107 OR Principles of Marketing (c) OR  
BUS 244 Human Resource Management (c) 3
English Any 200-level course except 211 and 217 3
WFE 101 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness 3
TOTAL   18-19
   TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 67

a. Students must meet math course prerequisites.

b. Science courses: Applicable four credit courses in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, physical sciences, and physics. See the General Education Appendix B.

c. You may choose not to take BUS 107 or BUS 244 but may select an alternative course. No alternative BUS or ACC course(s) may be selected, except BUS 216 for Accounting transfer students.

d. General Education Elective: Courses applicable in this program are listed in the General Education Appendices D, E, F, H, and I. Students may select a courses from Appendix D only if HIS 104 or HIS 121 have not previously been taken. Students may select a course from Appendix F only if HIS 108 has not previously been taken. Click here for the list of the General Education Appendices.

e. Click here for a full discussion of the free elective requirement.