Small Business Management


Associate of Applied Science
Division: Business & Technology

Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management Concentration within the Business & Management program is for students who want to start or grow their own business. It is designed to expose students to technical knowledge used in dealing successfully with people and to provide skills required to communicate with and motivate others in the management functions of business. Successful completion of the courses required to receive the AAS in Business & Management will help prepare students to qualify for entry-level training programs or entry-level management positions. This program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.

Required Courses in Major:

  • ACCT-201 Accounting I
  • BUSL-250 Legal Environment of Business
  • BUSG-121 Business Mathematics
  • BUSG-129 Introduction to Business
  • BUSG-131 Internship
  • BUSG-178 Business Communications
  • BUSG-252 Entrepreneurial Finance
  • BUSG-224 Business Computer Applications   OR next
  • CMIN-201 Computer & Internet Literacy
  • MANG-201 Principles of Management
  • MANG-222 Small Business Management
  • MARK-201 Principles of Marketing

Required Related Courses:

  • ECON-201 Macroeconomics
  • ECON-202 Microeconomics

Electives (Select 3):

  • BUSG-115 Starting a New Business
  • BUSG-125 Personal Finance   OR next
  • BUSG-151 Personal Investing
  • BUSG-128 Electronic Commerce   OR next
  • MANG-215 Management Information Systems
  • MANG-101 Human Relations in Business
  • MANG-224 Supervision
  • MARK-??? any course with the MARK prefix - maximum of 6 hours
General Educations Requirements:
  DEPT-No.    Course Name  CH 
  ENGL-101    English Composition I   3  
  ENGL-102    English Composition II   3  
  MATH-118    College Algebra   3  
  MATH-120    Survey of Mathematics   3  
   Humanities Requirement     3  
   Natural Science Requirement     6  

Total Credit Hours 66

 * Required grade of "C" or higher.
 ** Should be taken during last year of study.
*** To facilitate transfer to certain colleges, substitute MATH-130
      and a higher-level Mathematics course for MATH-118 and MATH-120.

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