General Business

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Suggested Plan of Study

General Business, Associate of Applied Science Program of Study in

Core Courses  
ACTG 101 Accounting Procedures I 3
ACTG 102 Accounting Procedures II 3
BGEN 105 Introduction to Business 3
BGEN 110 Applied Business Leadership 3
BGEN 220 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility 3
BGEN 235 Business Law 3
BGEN 280 Business Planning 3
BMGT 210 Small Business Entrepreneurship 3
BMGT 230 Business Logistics
BMGT 235 Management
BMGT 237 Human Relations in Business
BMGT 245 Customer Service Management
BMGT 282 Organizational Training and Development
BMKT 112 Applied Sales
BMKT 225 Marketing
CAPP 120 Introduction to Computers
CAPP 156 MS Excel
CAPP 158 MS Access
COMX 106 Communicating in a Dynamic Workplace

M 121 College Algebra

OR
M 143 Finite Mathematics

OR
M 105 Contemporary Mathematics

 3*

 

4*

 

3*

 WRIT 122 Introduction to Business Writing  3
Total for core 63
 Restricted Elective chosen from the following: 3
 BGEN 294 Seminar
 ECNS 201 Principles of Microeconomics
 WRIT 220 Business & Professional Writing
 BMGT 222 Principles of Project Management
Total Minimum Credits Required for Degree 3
Total minimum credits required for degree 66

* Students should check with their academic advisor to determine the specific math course that is appropriate for their plan of study.


Students should check course descriptions for required prerequisites. Math and communication requirements are usually determined by performance on placement tests or transfer credits.

 

First Year Credits
CAPP 120 3
CAPP 156 3
ACTG 101 9
ACTG 201 3
BMGT 235 3
BGEN 105 3
BGEN 110 3
BGEN 235 3
BMKT 225 3
COMX 106 3
WRIT 122 3
College Math 3
Second Year Credits
CAPP 158 3
BGEN 280 3
BGEN 220 3
BMGT 210 3
BMGT 230 3
BMGT 235 3
BMGT 237 3
BMGT 245 3
BMGT 282 3
BMKT 112 3
Restrictive Elective 3

 

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NOTE: This is a general program overview. For specific graduation requirements, please refer to the City College at MSU Billings catalog and visit with an academic or faculty advisor.