Business Administrative Technology AAS (Non-Transfer)

The Business Administrative degree program prepares graduates for employment in today’s technology-driven workplaces. The program provides learning opportunities which develop the academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. Areas covered in this program are word processing, business office and electronic communication applications, filing and records management, office procedures and management, oral and written communication skills, and many other office- related topics. Graduates of the program receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administrative Technology.

Requirements

Area A: Essential Skills / 9 Hours

ENGL 1101English Composition I (transfer)

3

ENGL 1102English Composition II (transfer)

3

ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102: Grade C or better

Select THREE Hours from the following:

AREA A MATH Recommendation: Students should take TECH 1130, preceded by TECH 0085 if needed for remediation. (Please note that MATH 0987/MATH 0997 and MATH 0989/MATH 0999 are NOT Learning Support courses for TECH 1130--these Learning Support courses are required only for MATH 1001 and MATH 1111 when indicated by COMPASS algebra placement score.)
TECH 1130Algebra/Trigonometry (non-transfer)

3

MATH 1001Quantitative Skills and Reasoning (transfer)

3

MATH 1111College Algebra (transfer)

3

MATH 1001 and MATH 1111: Grade of C or better


Area B: Institutional Options / 1-3 Hours

Select ONE to THREE Hours from the following:

1000-level Foreign Language

3

COMM 1100Human Communication (transfer)

3

CRIT 1100An Introduction to Critical Thinking (transfer)

1

PRSP 1010Perspectives on Human Expression (transfer)

1

PRSP 1020Perspectives on Global Issues (transfer)

2

RSCH 1100Research and Documentation Methods (transfer)

2

STAB 2003Study Abroad (transfer)

3

WRSC 2001Reading, Writing, and Speaking Across the Curriculum (transfer)

3

Area C: Humanities/Fine Arts / 3 Hours

Select THREE Hours from the following:

ARAP 1100Art Appreciation (transfer)

3

ENGL 2010Dramatic Literature (transfer)

3

ENGL 2111World Literature I (transfer)

3

ENGL 2112World Literature II (transfer)

3

ENGL 2131American Literature I (transfer)

3

ENGL 2132American Literature II (transfer)

3

Foreign Language 2001 - 2002

3

HUMN 2001Humanities I (transfer)

3

HUMN 2700International Film (transfer)

3

MUSC 1100Music Appreciation (transfer)

3

PHIL 1000Introduction to Philosophy (transfer)

3

RELG 1000Introduction to Religion (transfer)

3

THEA 1100Theatre Appreciation (transfer)

3

ENGL 2010, ENGL 2111, ENGL 2112, ENGL 2131, ENGL 2132, HUMN 2001: These courses have ENGL 1102 as a prerequisite.

Area D: Science, Mathematics, and Technology / 4 Hours

TECH 1110Business Mathematics (non-transfer)

4

Area E: Social Science / 9 Hours

POLS 1101American Government (transfer)

3

TECH 1150Human Relations (non-transfer)

3

Select THREE Hours from the following:

HIST 2111United States History I (transfer)

3

HIST 2112United States History II (transfer)

3

Area F: Courses Related to the Program of Study / 42 Hours

C or better required in all Business Administrative Technology and Medical Administrative Technology Area F courses taken beginning Fall 2012

ACCT 2130Computerized Accounting (non-transfer)

3

BUSA 1105Introduction to Business (transfer)

3

BUSN 1001Keyboarding and Business Document Processing (non-transfer)

4

BUSN 1011Principles of Bookkeeping I (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 1012Principles of Bookkeeping II (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 2110Filing and Records Management (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 2120Transcription (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 2130Word Processing (non-transfer)

4

BUSN 2140Electronic Communication Applications (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 2150Business Office Applications (non-transfer)

4

BUSN 2160Office Procedures (non-transfer)

3

COMS 1130Spreadsheet Applications (non-transfer)

3

BUSN 1011 and BUSN 1012: ACCT 2101 and one three-hour elective course from the business area may be substituted for BUSN 1011 and 1012. For approval of the elective course, see the Business Administrative Technology Advisor.

Additional Requirements / 2 hours

FYE 0100Foundations for Success (institutional credit)

2

Select TWO Hours from the following:

PHED 1020Safety and First Aid (transfer)

2

WELL 1002Lifestyle Wellness (transfer)

1

WELL 1003Family Wellness (transfer)

1

WELL 1004Psychosocial Wellness (transfer)

1

WELL 1005Physical Wellness (transfer)

1

WELL 2000Comprehensive Wellness (transfer)

2

Total Credit Hours: 70-72