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Business Administration 2.0

Associate in Science Degree for Transfer

The Associate in Science in Business Administration 2.0 for Transfer Degree (AS-T in Business Administration 2.0) is a 60-unit program that provides students the lower division course work required for transfer to a CSU institution with a similar major in Business Administration. Students must complete the following requirements: 1. 60 semester or 90 quarter CSU-transferable units 2. the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern. 3. a minimum of 18 semester or 27 quarter units in the major or area of emphasis as determined by the community college district. 4. obtainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. 5. earn a grade of C (or P) or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis.

Required Core (32 units)

Course NumberCourse TitleUnits
ACCT010Financial Accounting5 units
ACCT011Managerial Accounting5 units
Select one:
BUSN028
BUSN028H

Business Law
Honors Business Law

3 units
3 units
Select one:
BUSN051
BUSN078

Introduction to Business
Business Communication

3 units
3 units
Select one:
ECON001A
ECON001AH

Principles of Macroeconomics
Honors Principles of Macroeconomics

4 units
4 units
Select one:
ECON001B
ECON001BH

Principles of Microeconomics
Honors Principles of Microeconomics

4 units
4 units
Select one:
MATH010
MATH010H

Elementary Statistics
Honors Elementary Statistics

4 units
4 units
MATH012Applied Calculus4 units

Total Major Units: 32 units

CSU transferable electives courses are required when the major units plus transfer GE units total is less than 60.

Upon successful completion of this program a student will be able to:

  • Apply generally accepted accounting theories and procedures to corporate, financial and managerial budgeting.
  • Apply knowledge of legal principles to facilitate resolution of business problems.
  • Apply business theories and practices to researching and critically analyzing contemporary business issues.
  • Solve problems using appropriate mathematical symbols, operations, and techniques.
  • Analyze economic models as they apply to market economies and specific product and factor markets.
Last Updated 10/14/22