Business Administration (BS)
Bachelor of Science Degree Program
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is an academic program which offers students a wide choice of career objectives. The program is designed to meet students’ career goals. This program is comparable with similar programs at other institutions. However, ASA College’s B.S. in Business Administration provides students with competencies required in today’s job market. The curriculum is comprised of 69 credits in core business subjects including 15 elective credits. Beyond the required core of business and humanities, students can choose courses directed to a particular career goal. Students would be required to take 15 credits of business electives towards their Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, which will make them more marketable in the business world.
The program also includes 47 credits of liberal arts courses that provide a solid foundation in liberal arts and sciences and general education to provide graduates with the sensitivity and knowledge base necessary to deal effectively with diverse populations and challenging interpersonal situations. The program includes courses in accounting and mathematics relating to the use of quantitative data in decision-making and control. Other courses in this program are economics, law, management, marketing, and behavioral sciences. In each of these courses, emphasis is placed on essential analytical tools and their use in business problems of a specific area and prepares the graduate to enter a career in a functional field or undertake graduate study. In the quest to satisfy graduation requirements, students will be able to demonstrate achievement of the program’s objectives by excelling in the college-core courses, professional core courses, advanced professional courses, and a practicum.
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Acquire knowledge of, and the capability to apply, fundamental principles of accounting
- Develop knowledge with basic financial and economic principles
- Apply the principles, descriptive, and inferential statistics
- Become proficient in verbal (oral and written) communication
- Understand and discuss domestic and international marketplace influences
- Apply the basic principles of management and strategic decision making required in a business environment
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