College Catalog Fall 2016 - Spring 2017
Business Administration - AS
The Instructional Program
The Associate's in Science (AS) program in Business Administration is available for students majoring in Business Administration who wish to transfer the maximum number of credits to a four-year college or university after graduating from Delhi.
Students may participate in the Bronco Investment Group (BIG). The purposes of BIG 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. BIG uses an online simulator to buy and sell stocks each week at club meetings.
The program is designed so that in addition to taking required courses, students may concentrate on a chosen topical area. These electives broaden graduates' employment opportunities in business, retailing, wholesaling, and service industries.
Minimum Requirements to be Considered for Admission
- high school graduate with 75 high school GPA or 2500 GED test score
- Algebra Regents: 73
- English Regents: 73
- Transfer GPA: 2.0
SUNY Curriculum Code: 0671
SUNY General Education Requirements: Students who intend to receive AA, AS, or baccalaureate degrees must satisfy SUNY and campus General Education (GE) requirements to graduate. Students should be aware that GE requirements may vary by academic program. Consult with your academic advisor. For general information, see the "General Education" section of this catalog.
AAS and AOS degree students may not be required to fulfill General Education (GE) requirements; however, any student who may wish to transfer should complete as many GE courses as possible. Consult with your academic advisor.
Technical Standards: In addition to academic requirements, all applicants must also be able to meet the minimum Technical Standards for the program, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Minimum Total Credit Hours = 61
Major Courses Required - 16 credit hours
|Course No.||Course||Cr. Hrs.|
|ACCT 115||Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCT 125||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BUSI 105||Orientation to Business||1|
|BUSI 220||Principles of Finance||3|
|BUSI 245||Principles of Marketing||3|
|CITA 110||Introduction to Software Applications||3|
General Education/Liberal Arts Courses Required - 36 credit hours
|Course No.||Course||Cr. Hrs.|
|BUSI 120||Business Communications||3|
|ECON 100||Introductory Macroeconomics||3|
|ECON 110||Introductory Microeconomics||3|
|ENGL ___||Freshman Composition or Advanced Composition1||3|
|LITR ___||Literature Elective||3|
|MATH ___||College Algebra or Pre-Calculus by advisement2||3|
|MATH ___||Pre-Calculus or Calculus I by advisement 2||3-4|
|General Education course from GE 4||3|
|General Education course from GE 6 or GE 9||3|
|General Education Elective||3|
Restricted Electives3 - 9 credit hours
1 English is by placement according to competency.
2 Mathematics is by placement according to competency.
3 Restricted Electives are courses with an ACCT, BUSI, or CITA prefix (by advisement).
Student Learning Outcomes
A graduate of the Business Administration AS program should be able to:
- Prepare financial statements and maintain accounting records.
- Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the different types of accounts: assets, liabilities, equities, revenues, and expenses.
- Produce coherent texts within common college-level written forms; demonstrate the ability to revise and improve such texts; research a topic, develop an argument, and organize supporting details; develop proficiency in oral discourse; evaluate an oral presentation according to established criteria.
- Demonstrate familiarity with the organization and operation of American banking and financial institutions, sources of funds, the practical aspects of money, and short- and long-term credit for business.
- Apply marketing methods and policies with an emphasis on planning, pricing, promoting, and distributing products and services to consumers.
- Demonstrate understanding of the impact of individual economic decisions and the major arguments and considerations that influence government as it attempts to intervene in the market system.
- Demonstrate understanding of the effects of corporate power, labor unions, poverty and wealth, government taxation, and public policy on the economic environment.
- Display a fundamental understanding of computers and computer information systems, and be familiar with common computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software.