Associate of Applied Science | 67 credits minimum
Management, Marketing and Legal Studies Division
Taylorsville Redwood Campus, BB 234
General Information, (801) 957-4073
Program Information, (801) 957-4470
Academic and Career Advising
Academic Advisor, BB 132A, (801) 957-4323
Professors - Don Gren, Amar Sahay
Associate Professors - Basil Chelemes
Assistant Professors - Edward Engh, Eric LeDuc
Program Description: The Business Management Department offers a Certificate of Completion and Associate of Applied Science degrees in Business Management, and Small Business Management. 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.
Students who are interested in pursuing courses leading to a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management areas should follow the courses listed in Business Associate of Science or Business Associate of Arts degrees listed elsewhere in this catalog.
Career Opportunities: Small business owner, entrepreneur, start-up specialist / consultant.
Transfer/Articulation Information: This is a 2-year terminal degree. Several courses are transferable to other institutions. Students should check with the receiving institution to determine credit transferability.
Total Program/Course Fees: Some classes 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, course completion can be achieved in 4 semesters.
Specialized Accreditation: Associate degree business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). This accreditation represents the achievement of meeting the high national standards established for associate degree business programs.
|Program Student Learning Outcomes
||Related College-Wide Student Learning Outcomes
1.1 Understand fundamentals of business and the relationship of business to society.
1.2 Demonstrate knowledge of local and national laws.
1.3 Proficiently use technology.
1.4 Perform planning for a small business.
1.5 Demonstrate an understanding of distribution systems.
|1 - 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 Understand the ethical considerations that are inherently involved in business.
5.2 Engage in principled dialogue on civic issues involving local business.
|5 - Civic Engagement and/or Working Professionally