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Spring 2010 Course Catalog 
Spring 2010 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration A.S.

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Division: Business, Behavioral/Social Science, Public & Human Services
Academic Dept: Business
HEGIS: 5004
Curriculum Chair: Prof. John Christesen
Tel: 914-606-6877

The Associate in Science degree in Business Administration is designed to parallel the bachelor’s degree requirements at most four-year colleges and universities. Transfer agreements between Westchester Community College and four-year colleges in the region assure that, with careful planning, A.S. graduates may transfer most of their credits when they enter the same curriculum at participating four-year colleges and universities. Graduates from Westchester Community College should complete their bachelor’s degree within two years. For specific transfer agreement requirements, see the Curriculum Chair.

Students in this degree program acquire an understanding of the inter-relationship between the liberal arts/social sciences and the management of business enterprises. The required mathematics, science, and economics courses provide a solid grounding in drawing the quantitative conclusions necessary for business decisions. The professional courses—Accounting, Information Technology, Marketing and Management—provide students with the essential requisites for a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.


Core Requirements - Credit Hours: 36

Core Requirement Note(s)

* May be required for certain transfer agreements. See your Curriculum Chair.

**Or course “Health & Sports for Life,” 2 credits.


Degree Requirement Note(s)

***Recommended for last semester.


Minimum Total Credits: 65

Advisement Guide: The Advisement Guide provides important information to students about how best to complete this degree, including a semester-by-semester breakdown of how best to complete the required classes. Click here for the Advisement Guide’s 4-Semester Plan .

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