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2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook 
2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration

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Mary Braselton, Dean 176 MHAB 685-6830
Norma Duran, Division Secretary 176 MHAB 685-6830
  Doug Avery 197 TC 685-4689
  Omar Belazi 154 TC 685-4659
  Dale Westfall 158 TC 685-4658

The Business Administration program provides: (1) courses at the freshman and sophomore levels which will transfer to four-year colleges and universities; (2) training for developing a marketable skill for immediate employment; and (3) curriculum and training for upgrading current skills and positions. The curriculum has been developed to meet the needs of local industry by providing students with initial training and with skill improvement. Specific areas of training include business principles, accounting and financial theory, economics, business and professional speaking, computer software applications, business law, and office administration principles.

Several options are available in the Business Administration program. Degree programs consist of 61-62 semester credit hours and take approximately two years to complete. Certificate programs consist of 37 semester credit hours and take approximately one year to one-and-a-half years to complete. Students interested in either of these programs should contact the Business Studies Division to obtain additional information and formulate a personalized sequence of study.

The course sequences shown in the programs of study below should be followed when possible.



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