Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration

General

Program Description

About the Business Administration Program

Program length is approximately 63 semester hours. Students may need to take remedial classes (thus increasing hours required) depending on placement test scores.

Completion Outline

The Business Administration Program is designed for students who wish to pursue a four-year degree in a business-related area such as Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, or Marketing. General Education Core courses and Professional Core courses are taken at WSCC and then transferred to a four-year institution. As students progress through the curriculum, contact must be made with the four-year (senior) institution to ensure that guidelines are met for transfer.

The Statewide Articulation Reporting System (STARS) will provide very specific transfer information to specific majors at each state funded four-year institution. Once a student chooses a major and a place of transfer, an individualized guide and contract can be created. The STARS website can be accessed from the Wallace State homepage or at http://stars.troy.edu. You may also access STARS from the WSCC Admissions Office.

NOTE: The Guided Pathways Curricular Maps contain all the elements required for degree/certificate completion. However, courses may be offered or taken in other semesters so long as prerequisites are met. Additional options for elective courses are available. Please see Degreeworks for allowable substitutions. Courses may be available days, nights, hybrid, and online. Sample maps for part-time attendance may also be available. Please see an advisor.

Last updated Apr 2019

About the School

Wallace State Community College, with its main campus in Hanceville and a satellite campus in Oneonta, is a part of a system that serves the needs of more than 300,000 individuals and has been conserv ... Read More

Wallace State Community College, with its main campus in Hanceville and a satellite campus in Oneonta, is a part of a system that serves the needs of more than 300,000 individuals and has been conservatively estimated to produce a $3 billion annual economic impact on this state and in our communities. Read less
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