The Associate of Science with an emphasis in Business Administration is a two-year degree for students who intend to transfer to a university upon graduation from NCCC. Upon transfer, chosen majors may include accounting, business administration, computer information systems, economics, finance, management, or marketing.
The Associate of Science degree is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Prerequisites and Tuition
The student will need to demonstrate proficiencies in reading, English, and mathematics based on the COMPASS assessment test, ACT or SAT scores, or by taking the recommended/required classes. Some of the courses in this curriculum have specific prerequisites.
Minimum TOEFL or IELTS Score: 61 IBT or 6.0
Tuition: 12,700 USD
General Education (GE) Courses
In order to graduate with a college degree, all students are required to take certain general education courses. These include English composition, speech, wellness, science, art and humanities, mathematics, computer systems, and social and behavioral science.
Program Core Courses
MGMK 101 Intro to Business, CSIS 100 Computer Concepts and Applications, ACCT 201 Financial Accounting, ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting, ECON 200 Microeconomics, and ECON 201 Macroeconomics.
Program Elective Courses
BUSI 114 Business Law, MGMK 251Marketing, MGMK 147 Intro to Management or MGMK 105 Small Business Management, and BUSI 118 Business Communications.
- Display adequate human relation skills and recognize the relationship to customer service, employee relations, teamwork, and productivity.
- Recognize the importance of attendance and personal appearance in achieving organizational and career goals.
- Demonstrate the proper use of different forms of electronic communications.
- Display a set of personal and business standards/values that are socially acceptable in regard to family, work, and diverse cultural situations.
- Demonstrate a basic knowledge of marketing.
- Demonstrate the use of basic accounting terminology, principles, and practices involving business situations.
- Prepare and evaluate basic external financial statements, including an income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.
- Discuss the basic principles and problems of economics.
- Describe the function of money, money development, and operations of the money and banking system.
- Utilize computer application software.
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Last updated March 3, 2016