Degrees - Business

Business Administration - Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration For Transfer

3_AST_BUSADM

The Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer is designed to provide students with the common core of lower division courses required to transfer and pursue a baccalaureate degree in Business Administration. This includes business degrees with options such as accounting, finance, human resource management, international business, management, operations management, and marketing.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Analyze and recommend effective business decisions/solutions using a systematic, evaluative, and information-based approach.
  • Develop and exhibit high standards of professional practice, demonstrate awareness of ethical and social responsibility in today's multicultural, team-oriented, changing environment.
  • Effectively communicate solutions to business problems using appropriate language and tools through demonstrating an understanding of business terms and concepts.

Requirements for the Major

All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Students will complete all of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
ACCT C101 Financial Accounting 4.0
ACCT C102 Managerial Accounting 4.0
ECON C170 Principles of Microeconomics 3.0
ECON C175 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.0
BUS C110 Business/Law Legal Environment of Business 3.0
Subtotal 17.0

List A

Select one course from the following:

Course ID Name Units
MATH C140 Business Calculus 4.0
MATH C150 Finite Mathematics with Applications 4.0
MATH C160 Introduction to Statistics 4.0
Subtotal 4.0

List B

Select two courses from the following:

Any course from List A not already taken.

Course ID Name Units
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems Programming 3.0
BUS C100 Introduction to Business 3.0
ENGL C136 Business Communication 3.0
Subtotal 6.0-7.0
Total Required for the Major 27.0-28.0
Total for Degree 60.0

CSU General Education or IGETC pattern: 37-39 units

Transfer Electives as needed to reach 60 transferable units

Business Administration - Associate of Arts Degree Major

3_AA_BADM

A major in Business Administration prepares graduates for business and management related careers in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and the public sector. Courses required for this major encourage critical thinking and problem solving. Students will develop teamwork and leadership skills, as well as an ability to motivate people and communicate effectively.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Effectively communicate solutions to business problems, using appropriate language and tools and demonstrating understanding of business terms and concepts.
  • Analyze and recommend effective business decisions/solutions using a systematic, evaluative, and information-based approach.
  • Use economic concepts including scarcity, opportunity cost, supply and demand, etc. to analyze markets, evaluate fluctuations, and determine the impact on individual and global economic decisions.

Requirements for the Major

All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
ACCT C101 Financial Accounting 4.0
ECON C170 Principals of Microeconomics 3.0
ECON C175 Principals of Macroeconomics 3.0
Subtotal 10.0

Program Electives

Select at least 8 units from the following:

Course ID Name Units
ACCT C102 Managerial Accounting 4.0
BUS C110 Business Law/Legal Environment of Business 3.0
BC C100 Introduction to Computers 3.0
CIS C100 Introduction to Information Systems 3.0
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems Programming 3.0
MATH C140 Business Calculus 4.0
MATH C150 Finite Mathematics with Applications 4.0
MATH C160 Introduction to Statistics 4.0
MATH C180 Calculus 1 5.0
MATH C185 Calculus 2 5.0
Subtotal Electives 8.0
Subtotal for Major at least 18.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Business - Associate of Science Degree or Certificate of Achievement

The Business program consists of various concentrations that will prepare an individual to have an understanding of business practices and provides students with the opportunity to select specific courses to meet their professional or personal business goals. These concentrations will provide entry-level professionals with knowledge and skills to work in a variety of business environments.

PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Analyze and recommend effective business decisions/solutions using a systematic, evaluative, and information based approach.
  • Develop and exhibit high standards of professional practice, demonstrating awareness of ethical and social responsibilities in today's multicultural, team-oriented, rapidly-changing global environment.
  • Effectively communicate solutions to business problems, using appropriate language and tools and demonstrating understanding of business terms and concepts.

Students will complete all of the following:

Course ID Name Units
BUS C100 Introduction to Business 3.0
BUS C110 Business Law/Legal Environment of Business 3.0
BUS C150 Introduction to Marketing 3.0
MS C100 Business Organization and Management 3.0
Subtotal 12.0

Select three courses from one of the concentrations below:

Concentration in Business Administration

3_AS_BADM or 3_CL_BADM

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
ACCT C116 ACCT for Non-Financial Managers, Entrepreneurs, Business Owners 3.0
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems
Programming
3.0
ECON C170 Principles of Microeconomics 3.0
ECON C175 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.0
MS C101 Management and Employee Communication 3.0
MS C283-C284 Work Based Learning 3.0-4.0
Subtotal Concentration 9.0-10.0
Total for Certificate 21.0-22.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Concentration in General Business

3_AS_BUS or 3_CL_GBUS

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
ACCT C100 Introduction to Accounting 3.0
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems
Programming
4.0
CIS C100 Introduction to Information Systems 3.0
BUS C120 Personal Financial Planning 3.0
BUS C222 Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Operations and Management
3.0
MS C104 Human Resource Management 3.0
PHIL C115 Logic and Critical Thinking 3.0
PHIL C120 Ethics 3.0
BUS C281-C284 Work-Based Learning 1.0-4.0
Subtotal Concentration 9.0-10.0
Total for Certificate 21.0-22.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Concentration in Human Resources Management

3_AS_BHR or 3_CL_BHR

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems
Programming
3.0
MS C101 Management and Employee Communication 3.0
MS C102 Human Relations in Business 3.0
MS C104 Human Resource Management 3.0
MS C283-C284 Work Based Learning 3.0-4.0
Subtotal Concentration 9.0-10.0
Total for Certificate 21.0-22.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Concentration in Marketing

3_AS_BUSM or 3_CL_BUSM

Choose three of the following courses:

Course ID Name Units
BUS C120 Personal Finance 3.0
BUS C130 E-Commerce: Strategic Thinking and Management 3.0
BUS C222 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Operations and Management 3.0
CIS C111 Introduction to Information Systems Programming 3.0
MCOM C100 Introduction to Mass Communications 3.0
MS C283-C284 Work Based Learning 3.0-4.0
Subtotal Concentration 9.0-10.0
Total for Certificate 21.0-22.0
Total for Degree 60.0

Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure

Use the link below to view Coastline Community Colleges Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure for this program. These reports provide you, the student, with important information regarding the costs, benefits, and potential employment options of our degree and certificate programs.

Gainful Employment Disclosure

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