Business Administration (A.S.) Manchester
Our Associate in Science degree in Business Administration is designed to provide students with a stepping stone to a career. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level employment opportunities or to continue their education at the baccalaureate level.
Students must complete a minimum of 64 credits to graduate with an associate of science degree in business administration. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation. In addition to completing eight Discovery Program courses and one Inquiry or Inquiry-attribute course within their first 48 earned credits, students must complete six courses (24 credits) in the major and one elective course.
|BUS 400||Introduction to Business||4|
|BUS 532||Introduction to Financial Accounting||4|
|BUS 533||Introduction to Managerial Accounting||4|
|ECN 412||Introduction to Microeconomic Principles||4|
|Business Administration Electives|
|Select two of the following courses: 1,2||8|
|Introduction to Business Statistics|
|Marketing Principles and Applications|
|Introduction to Public Speaking|
|Introduction to Language and Social Interaction|
|Introduction to Web Design and Development|
|Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles|
|Money, Banking and Macroeconomic Activity|
|Business Law and Economics|
|Economics for Managers|
Other 600-level ECN or BUS courses by permission of instructor
|Select one elective||4|
Students may select electives from 600-level ECN or BUS courses with advisor permission.
At the conclusion of the Business program, students should be able to demonstrate:
- Breadth of knowledge about business, accounting, and economic concepts, theories and methodologies.
- Ability to apply business concepts to case based and situations in order to craft workable solutions that will yield to increased success for the company.
- Information literacy (ability to find, retrieve and analyze information) in the fields of business, economics, and accounting/finance through use of proven and reliable private and public sector resources, including: articles, studies and research reports using UNH library resources such as ebscohost.
- Ability to lead discussion groups and project teams to effective conclusions – written and oral, delivered in or out of the classroom.
- Adeptness at multiple kinds of qualitative and quantitative analysis of data, particularly data found in, but not limited to, private and public sector reports.
- Effective writing skills in all types of business and professional writing: memoranda, case studies, analytical and project reports.
- Essential grasp of cogent presentation methods and techniques in the classroom, in front of visitors and peers.
- Sensitivity to cultural differences and an appreciation for the diversity of human experience and perspectives.
- An understanding of the importance of engaged citizenship in building healthy communities at every level (local, national and global).