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After participating in the learning environment offered through this program and successfully completing the required courses, the successful student should be able to:

  1. Identify and interpret accounting concepts and financial data, including corporate, cost, and managerial accounting concepts.
  2. Evaluate ethical issues in business and information technology.
  3. Use oral, written, presentational, and social media skills to communicate effectively in the business.
  4. Demonstrate understanding of business computer applications such as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint.
  5. Apply the law of contracts and property law to make business decisions.
  6. Identify and analyze the functions of economics as it relates to government decisions, taxation, and income distribution.
  7. Evaluate the organizational behavior, legal, economic, and technical issues concerned with acquiring, motivating, and training employees.

The College Catalog/Student Handbook has more details about this degree.

Business Administration Degree Plan