Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business Administration—Management Specialization
The Business Administration—Management Program Description
The BA-Management program is a 19-month specialized associate degree program that offers students strong liberal arts curriculum combined with a comprehensive management curriculum.
This blend can prepare students for today's demanding business environment. Students will study various areas of management including project management, marketing and business ethics.
A broad base of fundamental business courses is part of the curriculum in our Business Administration Degree in Boston. The general education requirements are designed to foster analytical ability, communication skills, and a sound value system.
The Business Administration—Management Course Outline
Here are some of the courses offered in Business Administration – Management to help you prepare for your career. These courses are presented to assist our students with their training at Gibbs—a Boston business school dedicated to the success of our students.
Core curriculum skills building courses
- College Success
- Career Development
Specialized career-focused courses
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of Management
- Project Management
- Business Ethics
- Business Leadership
General Education courses for personal development
- Critical Thinking
Course Spotlight: Take a closer look at Principles of Accounting and Principles of Management , part of the Business Administration – Management Associate in Applied Science Degree Program at Gibbs College - Boston.
AC102 Principles of Accounting
This course presents basic accounting principles and procedures such as journalizing, posting transaction, keeping records of customer and vendors accounts, preparing financial statements.
BS261 Principles of Management
This course is designed to explore the overall structure, nature and scope of business as it relates to the functions of management. Communication within an organization, the staffing of organizations, and the development of a managerial style are discussed. Topics include motivation, leadership, and the role of diversity in the labor force.
Study Business Administration - Management and start pursuing your career goals at Gibbs College - Boston! Contact us today for more information about this Business Administration Degree in Boston.