Associate of Applied Science | 63 credits minimum
Management and Marketing Division
Taylorsville Redwood Campus BB 109
General Information (801) 957-4073
Program Information (801) 957-4470
Academic and Career Advising
Academic Advisor BB 226E, (801) 957-4323
Professors - Don Gren, Amar Sahay
Associate Professors - Basil Chelemes
Assistant Professors - Edward Engh, Eric LeDuc, Cindy Briggs, Jeff Davis, Lisa Fowler, Kristi Grooms, Phil Nelsen, Lon Schiffbauer
The AAS in Business Management includes the study of business theory and principles applied in the many activities of business today, both nationally and worldwide. Emphasis is given to problem solving and decision making to prepare the graduate with decision-making skills for a variety of career areas.
These areas are designed to lead to employment as managers, manager-trainees, production planners and schedulers, engineering assistants, inventory control technicians, entrepreneurs, and a variety of other positions.
Graduates with an AAS in Business Management will have gained the skills and abilities to apply for a variety of jobs including General & Operations Manager, Sales Manager, Business Analyst, and Assistant Manager.
This is a 2-year terminal degree not designed to transfer. Several courses are transferable to other institutions. Students should check with a business advisor or the receiving institution to determine credit transferability.
Total Program/Course Fees
Some courses may have lab fees.
Estimated Cost for Students
The estimated cost for textbooks per semester is $500.
Estimated Time to Completion
If a student follows the proposed sample schedule outline, time to completion is four semesters.
|Program Student Learning Outcomes
||Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes
||1 - Acquire substantive knowledge
2 - Communicate effectively
3 - Develop quantitative literacies
4 - Think critically & creatively
5 - Become a community engaged learner
6 - Work in professional & constructive manner
7 - Develop computer & information literacy
|1.1 Understand fundamentals of business and the relationship of business to society.
1.2 Demonstrate knowledge of local and national laws.
1.3 Perform planning for a small business.
1.4 Demonstrate an understanding of distribution systems.
1.5 Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of transportation and distribution and how it relates to the economy.
|1 - Acquire Substantive Knowledge
|2.1 Communicate effectively in writing.
2.2 Communicate effectively verbally.
2.3 Communicate effectively numerically.
|2 - Communicate Effectively
|3.1 Choose and perform appropriate analyses for quantitative and qualitative data.
||3 - Develop Quantitative Literacy
|4.1 Extract relevant data from complex information, process it appropriately, and draw reasonable conclusions.
||4 - Think Critically
|5.1 Engage in principled dialogue on civic issues involving local business.
||5 - Civic Engagement
|6.1 Understand the ethical considerations that are inherently involved in business.
||6 - Work Professionally
|7.1 Proficiently use computer technology.
||7 - Computer & Information Literacy