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Business: Business Administration: A.S.


Associate in Science

CIP Code: 52.0201


Mission

The mission of the A.S. in Business: Business Administration program is to provide a well-rounded business education that prepares students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of concepts and terms in accounting, marketing, management, and law.
  2. Solve statistical problems in business.
  3. Communicate effectively in organizational settings. 
  4. Analyze and respond effectively to legal and ethical situations in diverse organizations.

Program Supervisor

Gian Roma, Chairperson
Office: Business Building, Room 108
Telephone: +1 (607) 778-5133
E-mail: romag@sunybroome.edu


The Business: Business Administration program at SUNY Broome Community College is a sequence of courses in Business, Liberal Arts, and Math/Science that leads to the Associate in Science degree. The program is designed primarily to prepare the student for transfer to four-year schools although some students do seek employment immediately after graduation. The SUNY Broome Department of Business has transfer agreements with many universities which ensure graduates of full Junior status at the upper division school. Students completing the program also have the option of continuing studies at SUNY Broome Community College to receive a Bachelor's degree through the New York State Excelsior College.

The program is designed to be completed in two years by the full-time student. Students who wish to pursue part-time studies may do so. Schedules can be personalized to fit many needs.

First Year


Second Year


Fall Semester (16 credits)


  • Advisor Approved General Education - US History, Foreign Language2 (3 credits)
  • Advisor Approved General Education - Mathematics (3 credits)

Spring Semester (16 credits)


  • Advisor Approved General Education Lab Science Course2 & 3 (4 credits)
  • Advisor Approved Literature/ENG 220 Course (3 credits)
  • General Education Western Civilization, Arts (3 credits)

Total Credits Required to Graduate: 64


Notes


1 Depending on Mathematics entrance testing scores and Math background, QBM or Principles of Management.

2 Be certain to consult advisor when selecting electives.