Prepare for a career in Business Administration through hands-on, real-world training. For online learning option, you may consider our Business Administration & Leadership Diploma Online program.
You’ll Learn How To:
- Apply business law
- Perform finance and accounting functions
- Speak the language of business
- Use common computer programs and applications
- Develop critical interpersonal and communication skills
- Manage and lead others on individual and group bases
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|BA104||Business II *||9|
|BA105||Computerized Accounting Systems *||5.5|
|BA107||Business Computer Information Systems *||8|
Business I is comprised of an overview of the nature of business including the goal of business and the study of economic systems. Students are introduced to major aspects of the business environment.
Management covers the concepts, terminology, principles, theories, and issues that relate to field of management. The course provides students with an overview of introductory management and organization of functions. Students are instructed in integrate behavioral and system approaches into the traditional analysis of business. Students are exposed to decision making and planning strategies while developing leadership skills.
This course covers basic accounting principles, the basic accounting equation, debits and credits, and analyzing transactions using T-accounts. It focuses on the completion of the accounting cycle and covers recording and posting transactions using journals and ledgers, adjustments, closing entries, and post-closing trial balances. This course provides the tools for the preparation of financial statements including Income Statements, Statements of Owners Equity and Balance Sheets.
Business Law includes an overview of the types of laws such as Constitutional law, statutes, torts, criminal and contract law, and emphasizes the role of law in business and society including government regulations, consumer protection, environmental laws, worker health and safety, employment discrimination and other laws effecting business. Students are informed about the legal system as it relates to business.
Business II includes introductions to human relations, human resources, marketing, accounting, financial analysis and the financial system. Students also review and discuss business trends and events that will change the future business world.
Computerized Accounting Systems
This course is an overview of the functionality of integrated accounting software systems. Topics include step-by-step entry guidelines for financial transactions, generation and analysis of accounting reports, and production of financial statements.
The course is designed to acquaint students with the workings of the economy. Students learn processes involving the economic systems, markets and completion, money and banking, production, income, and employment, economic activities and policies, and international economics.
Business Computer Information Systems
Business Computer Information Systems is designed to provide students with an understanding how information systems may be used to solve problems and make better business decisions. The role of information services in management, including current professional practices and methodologies, is covered. Emphasis is on the managerial and strategic aspects of information technology.
Business Administration Diploma
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