Associate Degree in Business Administration

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About This Program

The Business Administration program provides students with a foundation in general business practices, leadership concepts and microcomputer applications. In addition to acquiring skills in accounting, finance, sales and operations, students enhance their ability to write, think, work in groups, solve problems and build confidence and the ability to succeed in the world of business.

The Associate in Science degree emphasizes math, science and core business requirements. The sequence of courses comprises the typical transfer option that many baccalaureate programs prefer, deferring many upper-level business courses until the third or fourth year.

Your Degree Courses

The Business department offers an Associate in Science degree requiring a mix of general education and hands-on courses. The following courses are a sampling of what you might take as a student in this program and are subject to change.

Program Course Sampling

Business Administration, A.S.

  • Introduction to Business
  • Business Law
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • Economics
  • Business electives
  • English Composition
  • Oral Communications
  • Introduction to Literature
  • College Algebra
  • Statistics
  • Computer Applications, Fine Arts/Humanities, Mathematics, Science and Social Science electives

Sport Management Option

  • Foundation of Sport
  • Introduction to Sport Management
  • Sport and Facilities Management
  • Sport Psychology
  • Sport Management Internship

 

Current Major-Specific Courses Available

Interested in seeing some of the current major-specific courses being offered as a part of this degree program?

Graduation Requirements

Prospective Students

If you are thinking about attending SMCC and are curious what the current program course requirements are to earn your degree, download the current SMCC Course Catalog.

Current Students

If you are a current student, your program requirements may be different than those listed for the current catalog year. To view your specific program requirements or to search and register for courses, log in to MySMCC and visit the MyDegree webpage.

Graduation Outcomes

  • Make decisions and take actions that enable businesses/organizations to earn profits and grow.
  • Describe and utilize the role of science, technology and market commercialization.
  • Demonstrate an ability to understand organizational structures.

Estimated Degree Completion Time

62 credit hours are required to complete this program

Please note, these estimates are based on a student taking an average of 15 credits per semester and do not include college preparatory or developmental courses.

SMCC Graduates

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Transfer Agreements for Business Administration

Accounting, BS

Kaplan University

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration

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Business Administration, BS

University of New England

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Business Administration, BS

Husson University

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Business Administration, BS

University of Maine Augusta

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Business Administration, BS

University of Southern Maine

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Sport Management, BS

Husson University

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Business, BS

Southern New Hampshire University

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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Business Administration, BS

University of Maine Augusta

SMCC Degree Program: Business Administration, Business Administration Online

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