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The Associate of Arts Degree (AA) Business Administration curriculum transfers to a four-year college and prepares students to successfully enter occupations and careers in the business sector. Students learn basic accounting principles, contract law, business ethics and economic principles to aid them in starting or running a business. Career opportunities include entry-level management in banks, insurance companies, health organizations, educational institutions, manufacturing businesses, merchandisers, government, technology and many more. In addition, the student will become acquainted with the history of the federal government’s relationship with Indian tribes and its legal effect on doing business in reservation communities.
- Develop the ability to think critically and analyze problems
- Use business-related information processing systems with proficiency
- Relate macroeconomic and/or microeconomic principles to the current economy
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate and work with a variety of people in a team situation
- Perform accounting and finance functions as related to service and merchandising businesses
It will cost $12,000 for this degree.
General Education Requirements Credits
|Core I Communications||9|
|Core II Mathematics and Science||7-8|
|Core III Arts and Humanities||6|
|Core IV Social Sciences||6|
|Core V American Indian Studies||3|
|Core VI Technology (CAPP 131)||3|
|Core VII Health||2|
|Total General Education credits required for degree||36-37|
Business Administration Program of Study
|ACTG 201 Principles of Financial Accounting||4|
|ACTG 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting||4|
|BGEN 235 Business Law||3|
|BMGT 235 Management||3|
|ECNS 201 Microeconomics||3|
|ECNS 202 Macroeconomics||3|
|STAT 216 Statistics||4|
|Total Program of Study credits required for degree||24|
|Total credits required for degree||60-61|
*Due to the small number of students in FPCC programs, numbers have been withheld to preserve Fort Peck Community College students’ confidentiality.