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Associate of Science

First Year

  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2010* Principles of Accounting I 
GenEd: CS  COLS 1000 Introduction to College Success: First-Year Seminar
GenEd: WY  ECON 1200  Economics, Law and Government 
GenEd: CW  ENGL 1010*+  English I: Composition 
GenEd: QR  MATH 1400+ OR HIGHER  College Algebra 
      Semester Credits 15 
  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2020*  Principles of Accounting II 
GenEd: CA ECON 1010*  Principles of Macroeconomics 
  MATH 2350  Business Calculus I 
GenEd: AA    Choose from approved Aesthetic Analysis courses. 
GenEd: CV  CO/M 2010*  Public Speaking 
      Semester Credits 16 

Second Year

  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2450*  Cost Accounting 
  BADM 2010* Business Law I  3
  ECON 1020*  Principles of Microeconomics 
  MATH 2355  Mathematical Applications for Business 
GenEd: LAB    Choose from approved Lab Science courses.  4
      Semester Credits 17 
  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2230*  Intermediate Accounting I 
  FIN 2100* Corporate Finance (Spring Only)
  IMGT 2400*  Introduction to Information Management 
 GenEd: STEM STAT 2010* -OR- Statistical Concepts – Business  4
 GenEd: STEM STAT 2050* -OR-  Fundamentals of Statistics  4
 GenEd: STEM STAT 2070* Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences 
      Semester Credits 13

Total Credits: 61

* This course has at least one prerequisite. Check the Course Descriptions section of the catalog to see the course prerequisites.
+ If the placement test score is not adequate for course enrollment, students must complete the appropriate developmental course(s) before enrolling. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students should review their math and writing placement with their advisor before planning out their full program schedules.

Learning Competencies

Students apply problem solving skills in the context of business, including analysis of the problem, application and execution of business tools, reflection and evaluation of the problem, and finally consideration of implications and future tasks.

Students apply collaborative skills in the context of business to accomplish a specific goal, including the proper use of cooperation, feedback, and conflict management while considering the differing perspectives of a dynamic team.