Business

Associate in Science Degree – Accounting [Approved June 10, 2008]

 Upon completion of this degree, the student should be able to: 

  1. Distinguish the difference between cash and accrual accounting.
  2. Prepare and explain the recording process for daily transactions and related effects on
  3. the accounting equation.
  4. Describe basic principles of internal control.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of basic characteristics of a corporate investing.
  6. Demonstrate knowledge of annual rate of return; cash payback techniques.
  7. Describe the use of managerial accounting to make strategic decisions.
  8. Prepare static and flexible budgets.

Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration for Transfer [Approved February 7, 2012]

Upon completion of the specific degree the student will be able to: 

  1. Describe and provide current examples of the impact of external forces on business operations and practices including: Social forces (Demographics and cultural shifts) Economic forces (income distribution, macroeconomic conditions) Technological forces (Internet, digital media, e-marketing) Competition (ability of small businesses to compete across borders) Regulatory forces (laws influencing companies and consumers)
  2. Apply business concepts to marketing, management, finance, accounting, and information technology.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of laws effecting working relationships with individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Associate in ScienceDegree - Office Administrative Assistant [Approved January 16, 2007]

Upon completion of the specified degree, the student should be able to: 

  1. Prepare a complete professional document utilizing appropriate written and verbal communication skills and technology incorporating word processing, spreadsheets and/or graphics.
  2. Demonstrate professional behavior, demeanor and interpersonal communication skills appropriate to the office workplace.

Certificate of Achievement  - Office Administrative Assistant [Approved January 16, 2007]

Upon completion of the specified certificate, the student should be able to: 

  1. Prepare a complete professional document utilizing appropriate written and verbal communication skills and technology incorporating word processing, spreadsheets and/or graphics.
  2. Demonstrate professional behavior, demeanor and interpersonal communication skills appropriate to the office workplace.

Certificate of Accomplishment  - Entrepreneurship [Approved May 8, 2012]

Upon completion of the specified certificate, the student should be able to: 

  1. Demonstrate an ability to test the feasibility of an entrepreneurial idea.
  2. Develop a basic marketing plan in good form.
  3. Describe common approaches in achieving customer service excellence.
  4. Identify and describe particular service organizations’ customer service effectives.
  5. Demonstrate an ability to identify target markets.
  6. Develop a basic marketing plan in good form.
  7. Describe typical information system technologies used by small business owners.
  8. Demonstrate an ability to use common software applications to beet basic small business needs.
  9. Develop and present a well-written business plan.
  10. Utilize common financial tools as a basis for decision-making.
  11. Demonstrate an understanding of the budgeting process. Use basic design principles and industry standard software to express an individual visual idea effectively to a second party.
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