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The Business Administration, Associate of Science degree program is a fully online career-oriented program designed to give the adult learner practical business knowledge and skills. However, some courses are offered in person at our four locations for those who prefer the in-class format. The curriculum includes coursework in accounting, management, economics, and computer science. In keeping with the Catholic Franciscan liberal arts tradition, additional coursework includes 24 credits of general education requirements in humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and religious studies providing the student with a broad-based educational experience designed to enhance their skills as professionals in the contemporary business world.
Students who graduate with an Associate of Science degree in Business Administration are eligible to enter the workforce at entry-level positions. After obtaining the associate degree, many adult learners will continue their studies at Saint Francis University to earn a Bachelor of Science degree.
ACCT 101 - Financial Accounting
ACCT 102 - Managerial Accounting
BLAW 301 - Legal Environment of Business
BUS 101 - Wall Street 101: Business in a Global Societ
CPSC 101 - Introduction to Computer Systems
MGMT 101 - Principles of Management
MGMT 102 - Production/Operations Management
MGMT 201 - Human Resource Management
FIN 202 - Finance
ENGL 208 - Writing and Communication in Business
MKTG 302 - Marketing
STAT 301 - Quantitative Business Analysis I
BUS elective (3 credits) in MIS, MGMT, MKTG, FIN, or ACCT
ECON 101 - Principles of Economics I
ENGL 103 - Writing for a Discipline
MATH 111 - Finite Mathematics
PHIL 205 - Discovering Philosophy Reasoning and Responsibility
PHIL 313 - Business Ethics
RLST 205 - Faith and Franciscanism
HIST elective (3 credits)
SOC SCI elective (3 credits) Choose one from: PLSC 102, PLSC 103, PSYC 101, SOC 101,
SOC 102, or SOC 202
Course Catalog Major Requirements
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