Robin Imgrund, Division Chair
This certificate program is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals
of business and basic leadership/supervision skill development. It is especially suitable
for those people currently employed who seek to widen their opportunities for advancement.
All credits are transferable to an associate degree program if the student wishes
to pursue further studies. This is a career program and is designed to enable students
to seek employment at the program's completion. Students planning to transfer should
consult with their advisor or the Advising Center staff regarding specific program
and course transfer issues.
Successful completion of this program qualifies a student to apply for a Certificate in Business Supervision.
Required Business Courses
|BUAD-101||Introduction to Business|
|BUAD-110||Business Professionalism and Ethics|
|Human Resources and Supervision or
Principles of Management
|BUAD-216||Principles of Marketing|
Required General Courses
|ENG-101||English Composition I|
|ENG-112||Business and Technical Communication|
|Interdisciplinary Leadership I or
Required Elective Courses
Please consult with your advisor or the Advising Center staff for selecting appropriate elective courses for graduation.
Elective - 1 credit
ONE-YEAR CAREER PROGRAM
PREPARATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
|FIRST SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|Business Administration 101 (Introduction to Business)||3|
|Business Administration 210 (Business Law)||3|
|Business Administration 215 (Financial Accounting)||3|
|Computer Technology 101 (Computer Literacy)||3|
|English 101 (English Composition I)||3|
|Business Administration 110 (Business Professionalism and Ethics)||2|
|Business Administration 209 or 213 (Human Resources and Supervision or Principles of Management)||3|
|Business Administration 216 (Principles of Marketing)||3|
|English 112 (Business and Technical Communication)||3|
|Humanities 110 or Speech 101 (Interdisciplinary Leadership I or Speech Communication)||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||30|
NOTE: All courses specifically identified by course number are graduation requirements for this program.