AAS in Business Management / Entrepreneur
About the Program
The Business Management and Entrepreneurship curriculum provides students with the skills necessary to own and operate their own business or to assume entry-level management positions. Earning an Associate of Applied Science degree gives students the knowledge and skills needed to begin their own business or to manage entry-level business operations in a variety of industries. Topics of study include basic management philosophies and theories, organizational psychology, business strategy development, as well as learning the skills to work successfully in teams and analysis-based decision-making.
CSI Contact: Robin Bagent [email protected] 208-732-6392
Program of Study
FALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 3-15 credits3 - 15 creditsFALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARBUSA215 - Information Science/Data Management3 creditsBUSM145 - Marketing Basics3 creditsSOCY105 - Human Relations3 creditsMATHGE - Any Gen Ed Math Course3 creditsBUSM261 - Business Management3 credits
SPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 3-16 credits3 - 16 creditsSPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARACCB129 - Introduction to Bookkeeping3 creditsACCB129L - Introduction to Bookkeeping Lab1 creditBUSM166 - Retailing & Merchandising Managmnt3 creditsBUSM181 - Human Resources Management3 creditsECON201 - Principles of Macroeconomics3 creditsCOMM101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication3 credits
FALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-16 credits3 - 16 creditsFALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARBUSA265 - Legal Environment3 creditsBUSM265 - Principles of Project Mgmt3 creditsENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I3 creditsACAG100 - Academic Electives99 credits
SPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 1-13 credits1 - 13 creditsFALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARBUSM245 - Social and Electronic Marketing3 creditsBUSM262 - Entrepreneurship Essentials3 creditsBUSM290 - Program Capstone1 creditACAG100 - Academic Electives99 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.