What Can You Do With a Business Administration 2.0 AS-T Degree?
Studying business opens a world of opportunity. Land a job with a Fortune 500 company, start your own business, or apply financial, strategic, and management skills in any role, including:
- Budget analysts
- Cost estimators
- Financial analysts
- Financial managers
- Management analysts
- Personal financial advisors
- Tax examiners and revenue agents
- Executives and entrepreneurs
Transfer to Any Cal State University
Our AS-T program prepares you to study general business or other specialized fields like finance or marketing. With Copper Mountain College’s curriculum, you can transfer to any CSU with confidence.
Boost Your Earning Potential
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, business and finance professionals earned median salaries of $76,570 in 2021, higher than the $45,760 median for all occupations.
Business Administration 2.0 AS-T: What to Expect
- 60 semester units (or 90 quarter units)
- 27 units of required courses
- At least 33 additional units of general education courses
- A grade of C or higher in all required courses
- Minimum grade point average of 2.0
- 4.50 Units: Financial Accounting (ACCT 1)
- 3.50 Units: Managerial Accounting (ACCT 2)
- 3.00 Units: Introduction to Business (BUMA 10)
- 3.00 Units: Business Law (BUMA 20A)
- 3.00 Units: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 1)
- 3.00 Units: Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 2)
- 4.00 Units: College Algebra for Liberal Arts (MATH 10) OR
- 6.00 units: Pre-Calculus & Trigonometry (MATH 12) OR
- 4.00 units: Calculus (MATH 1A)
- 4.00 units: Statistical Methods (MATH 14)
- 4.00 units: Fundamentals of Statistics (SOC 3)
What You Learn
Upon completing your AS-T degree, you will be able to:
- Analyze accounting data to make informed business decisions.
- Organize a company’s finances including payroll, purchases made, asset acquisition and more.
- Analyze economic models and recommend the best course of action.
- Understand business law and how it impacts commerce.
- Know the difference between ethical and unethical behavior.
- Understand the importance of social responsibility for organizations.
- Know how to use common business software to organize, calculate, and analyze data.
- Understand economics and the different roles institutions and individuals have within the system.
- Solve and explain business challenges and how information technology is used as a resource for productivity.