General Business


Program Overview

Department Chair

Hays: Jennifer Younger



Program Instructors

Jennifer Younger
Jill Moeder

Students combine business related programs, Business Management and Business Technology, to acquire the skills and knowledge appropriate to owning and operating a business.

Program Outcomes

  • Possess the knowledge and skills to perform entry-level employment in the business field.
  • Apply the theory of technical specialization to specific jobs using critical thinking/reasoning and the ability to work independently.
  • Use mathematical data and reasoning skills in relation to employment in a business setting.
  • Use effective communication skills appropriate to the business field.
  • Demonstrate appropriate human relations skills that contribute to an effective job performance.
  • Demonstrate managerial and leadership techniques.
  • Exhibit professional etiquette.
  • Possess the capacity to think for ones’ self and make wise decisions.
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Required Courses

Course Code Course Name Credits
First Semester
BT-100 Business Concepts 3
BY-102 Technology in Business 3
BT-104 Word Processing Applications 3
BT-108 Spreadsheet Applications 3
SS-102 Student Success Seminar 1
Second Semester
BT-105 Business Communications 3
BT-106 Desktop Publishing 3
BT-110 Multimedia Applications 3
BMGT-111 Foundations of Personal Finance 3
BT-115 eMarketing 3
Third Semester
BMGT-101 Leadership 3
BMGT-104 Marketing Concepts 3
BMGT-109 Business Law Concepts 3
BT-103 Financial Accounting IOR 3
BMGT-115 Employability Skills 1
Fourth Semester
BMGT-105B Internship 1
BMGT-108 Business Management / Entrepreneurship 3
BMGT-112 Insurance Operations 3
BMGT-116 Customer Relations 3
BMGT-117 Principles of Management 3
General Education Course Requirements
COM-103 English Composition I T▸ 3
COM-105 Fundamentals of Oral Communication T▸ 3
CIS-100 Computer Applications T▸ 3
MA-102 Essential MathOR 3
MA-110 Intermediate AlgebraOR 3
MA-111 College Algebra T▸ 3
SS-100 General Psychology T▸ 3

T▸ - Course eligible for transfer to a state university.

Additional Notes:

*General Business Associate Degree program consists of the combination of Business Management and Business Technology programs.  Students have the option of choosing the order of study.