SUNY Delhi's Business Administration program is designed to prepare students for successful business careers or continued management education. The Associate in Applied Science program in Business Administration is primarily for students who, after obtaining their degree at Delhi, plan either to pursue a career in business or transfer to a four-year college or university.
The Business Administration curriculum keeps pace with industry practices and incorporates innovations in management techniques as well as teaching/learning methods. Frequent contact between instructors, faculty advisors, and students is actively encouraged.
Students may participate in BIG, Bronco Investment Group. The purposes of the group are to learn and evaluate investment opportunities; acquire knowledge about money; use money to make money; learn to make wise decisions regarding money and avoid major financial mistakes. The group uses an online simulator to buy and sell stocks each week at club meetings.
Required courses for the Business Administration program cover a broad range of activities involved in the management of an organization. These include courses in accounting, marketing, finance, computer processing, communication, business law, and human relations. Special emphasis is given to developing the analytical and interpersonal skills needed for successful management careers.
The Business Administration program is designed so that students, in addition to taking required courses, may concentrate on a chosen topical area. These electives broaden graduates' employment opportunities in business, retailing, wholesaling, and service industries. Even greater flexibility is achieved by allowing students to take six credit hours of unrestricted electives.
Students in this program will have ample opportunity for exposure to computer applications and uses. Each student is also assigned a faculty advisor who will assist and guide them through their educational experience.
HS Average: 75
Algebra Regents: 73
English Regents: 73
Transfer GPA: 2.0
SUNY Curriculum Code: 0632