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Business Administration

Student with computerThe Associate of Science Degree in business administration prepares students for positions in intermediate or top-level management. It is a desirable program for pre-law students interested in finance, banking, marketing, or any other major phase of business. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should monitor four-year degree requirments at specific schools.

The versatile, practical skill set learned in business classes can enhance any career choice and graduates leave Independence Community College with a solid base for entry into a wide range of corporate positions, such as marketing, sales, project management, administration, accounting, and business ownership.  

Independence Community College offers students the foundation for virtually any career choice through the Business Administration Program.  

If you would like more information about the Business Administration Program at Independence Community College, contact:

Professor John Eubanks
(620) 332-5424
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Business Administration
Degree: Associate of Science

Suggested Four-Semester Plan

Course Title Credit Hours
 

First Semester:

English Composition I 3
Microeconomics 3
Computer Concepts & Applications 3
Accounting I 3
College Algebra 3
Term Total 15
 

Second Semester:

English Composition II 3
Macroeconomics 3
Public Speaking 3
Arts/Humanities Elective* 3
Accounting II 3
Term Total 15
 

Third Semester:

Biological Science Elective* 5
Managerial Accounting 3
Introduction to Analytic Processes 3
Arts/Humanities Elective* 3
Social/Behavioral Elective* 3
Term Total 17
 

Fourth Semester:

Physical Science Elective* 5
Arts/Humanities Elective* 3
Social/Behavioral Elective* 3
Arts/Humanities Elective* 3
Elementary Statistics 3
Term Total 17
   

Total

64

*See Courses that meet General Education Graduation Requirements for a list of courses meeting the math/science, arts/humanities, and social/behavioral science requirements.