The Business Administration Associate of Applied Science provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to make decisions and solve problems in today’s business organization. Students learn how to use popular, commercial software packages.
The faculty at Sullivan are business professionals, many holding MBA degrees. A National Teaching Excellence Award winner is also on staff. This program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Graduation Requirements (60-62 credits)
After successfully completing the requirements of the Business Administration (AAS), a student should be prepared to:
Demonstrate an understanding of the general nature, structure, and operation of a business organization.
Utilize research and communication skills for the preparation of various business presentations, reports and documents.
Demonstrate the ability to think critically, solve problems, and make decisions independently.
Use interpersonal skills to function effectively as a team member in evaluating business problems.
Apply various business concepts and theories to business activities.
Integrate the use of computers in a variety of business activities.
Students seeking admission to credit programs (degree and certificate programs) must have one of the following:
A standard high school diploma from a regionally accredited high school or SED registered non-public high school;
Completed the substantial equivalent of a four-year high school course of study, as certified by theSuperintendent of Schools or comparable local chief school administrator;
A high school equivalency diploma (TASC/GED);
Demonstrated competency in college credit postsecondary coursework, defined as any student who is applying for admission and who has received an associate’s degree (A.A., A.S., A.A.S.) or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education;
Have passed and completed all requirements for the following five NYS Regents Examinations: English,Mathematics, United States History and Government, Science, and Global History and Geography; or
Approval for Early Admission/High School Dual Enrollment.
All official high school transcripts should list the date of graduation, or when the diploma was received. Transcripts are only considered official if they are submitted by a school official (such as a counselor); transcripts submitted by the student are not considered official unless they are mailed in a signed, sealed envelope. Applicants who have obtained a General Education Development (GED) diploma must submit official transcripts from a state Department of Education.
Transfer candidates must also submit all official college transcripts from all institutions attended.