Business Management Technology

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED BUSINESS IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The program offers technical options that allow you to specialize your studies. Business majors may find careers in a variety of industries in both the public and private sector.

  • Associate of applies business prepares you for careers in a variety of areas such as marketing/sales, entrepreneurship/small business, manufacturing management, and general business management. 
  • There are service learning and internship opportunities to help you link theory with hands-on experience. 
  • Credits earned in the Associate of Applied Business degree in business management technology can be applied toward the BTAS (Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies) degree.
  • Many of the credits earned in the associate degree can also be applied to the business management major in the College of Business Administration.

THIS PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOU IF

  • You enjoy planning, coordinating and leading.
  • You like to oversee projects and obtain results.
  • You like to motivate people and have good communication skills.

THIS PROGRAM WILL TEACH YOU

  • Discuss various aspects of teams in business: team dynamics, different types of teams, meeting rules and management.
  • Research and share how businesses are currently working to improve their products, services, and overall organizations.
  • Understand business concepts and vocabulary.
  • Demonstrate knowledge acquired by emphasizing public speaking, ethical problem solving, teamwork and multimedia presentations.
  • Write in a formal and informal style.
  • Demonstrate ability to work effectively in teams.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of business and economic principles, concepts and vocabulary.
  • Interpret local, state, national and international markets and regulations.
  • Use appropriate technology for business applications, as well as review future technology needs.
  • Identify, assess and solve specific problems for actual organizations, or address problems presented in a case study.
  • Distinguish between ethical and unethical business practices and show an appreciation for diversity in the workplace.