BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A.A.S.
CONCENTRATIONS IN THE DISCIPLINE
Concentrations offer focused electives in Entrepreneurship, Sports Management, and Wine Studies for enhanced career and transfer opportunities. Concentrations are not majors and are not required to earn a Business Administration degree. Consult with an academic advisor before scheduling courses for a concentration.
This concentration will help students develop entrepreneurial skills and build confidence in starting their own business or in developing innovative ideas. The three classes listed below constitute an Entrepreneurship Concentration within a Business Administration AAS degree.
|ENTR 200||The Entrepreneurial Process||3|
|ENTR 202||Innovation and Creativity||3|
|ENTR 204||Social Entrepreneurship and Non Profit Management||3|
This concentration allows students to build business management and marketing skills in the area of Sports Management. By using these courses as business electives and free electives, students can earn a Business Administration AAS degree and seek employment or transfer to a bachelor’s program in Sports Management.
|BUS170/ P.E. 170||Sports Management||3|
|BUS 271/P.E. 270||Sports Promotions||3|
|P.E. 290||Internship in Sports Management||3|
Students can complete a total of 3 classes (9 credits) listed below to receive a Wine Studies Concentration within a Business Administration AAS degree. This concentration can be completed fully online. Students must be age 21 or older to complete the tasting component of the Introduction to Wines of the World class. Students under age 21 can still register for the classes and concentration, but will not be permitted to taste wine and will be given alternate assignments.
All students must take the following two classes:
|WS 110||Introduction to Wines of the World
offered in a classroom and online
|BUS 250||Wine Business Management, Marketing and Sales
|Students select one class out of the three classes listed below|
|BUS 249||Introduction to Tourism
|BUS 275||Business Internship
Students electing this class will gain experiential learning working at a winery, restaurant, wine store, or wine related industry.
|WS 180||Introduction to Enology and Viticulture
pending sufficient student interest