Business & Computer Systems - Programs of Study
A.A. Degree (Transfer)
A Business Administration Area of Study
APPLICATION CODE 173
For curriculum information, contact the Business and Computer Systems Division—Room DH-239—443-518-1520.
With today’s business environment growing more complex and global, an understanding of business and management theory with an international perspective is a necessity. This business administration curriculum prepares students for transfer to a four-year business program. A broad-based liberal education including a language requirement, economics, and global business exposure is the foundation of the general education core. The courses related to the major offer students a more in-depth study of international business, where students will explore various business disciplines and skills, learn technology common in the business environment, and focus on accounting, ethics, and entrepreneurship. Successful completion of this business curriculum prepares students to engage in higher levels of study in many areas of business in a four-year baccalaureate program.
|GENERAL EDUCATION CORE||Credits|
|Students enrolled in transfer patterns must take a|
minimum of 30 credits in General Education. Each student’s
total of general education and required courses must equal
at least 60 semester hours of credit.
|Composition||ENGL-121 College Composition||3|
|Humanities, Arts & Literature||World Language Sequence1|
|BMGT/SPCH-142 Business Development and Sales for Emerging Leaders|
|BMGT/SPCH-175 Business Communications |
|SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|Social Sciences||ECON-101 Principles of Economics (Macro)||3|
|History Core Course (see p. 63)||3|
|Science||Science Core Courses (must include one course with lab; BIOL-104 or BIOL-105 recommended for non-lab elective) ||7-8|
|Mathematics||MATH-145 Business Calculus||3|
|Interdisciplinary||BMGT-150 International Business Issues Seminar||1|
|REQUIRED COURSES RELATED TO MAJOR|
|ACCT-111||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|ACCT-112||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|BMGT-100||Introduction to Business and Organization||3|
|BMGT-151||Business Law I||3|
|BMGT-205||Principles of International Business||3|
|CMSY-110||Software Applications for Micros||3|
|ECON-102 ||Principles of Economics (Micro)||3|
|ENTR-101||Entrepreneurship and Creativity||3|
1World Language Sequence requirements vary by institution. At HCC, the World Language Sequence means two sequential foreign language courses in the same language (e.g. SPAN-101 and SPAN-102, or FREN-102 and FREN-201), excluding courses taught in English.