The Associate in Science for Transfer degree in Business Administration provides students the basic functions of business including accounting, economics, business ethics, business related soft-ware applications, business communications and business statistical study. The degree prepares students for entry into an extraordinary number of academic studies such as: accounting, finance, marketing, business administration, advertising, merchandizing, banking, economics, entrepreneurial studies, health care management, hospitality management, international business, and public relations. It can also provide skills necessary for entry-level positions in the field of business [read more...]
| *Must choose to transfer to CSUSM.
**Not yet available online.
|ACCT 201||4||Fa, Spr, Sum||None|
|ACCT 202||4||Fa, Spr, Sum||ACCT 201|
|ECON 101||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||None|
|ECON 102||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||Econ 101|
|BUS 117||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||None|
|List A: Select one of the following:|
|MATH 130**||4||Fa, Spr, Sum||Math 110**|
|MATH 120**||4||Fa, Spr, Sum||Math 56**|
|List B: Select two of the following or any coursee from List A above
that you have not already chosen
|BUS 104 OR BUS 100||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||None|
|BUS 100 OR CSIT 125||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||None|
|BUS 205||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||ENG 100|
|BUS 204*||3||Fa, Spr, Sum||Math 60|
To obtain the Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer, students must complete the following: Maximum of 60 CSU-transferable units with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. and a grade of “C” or better in all courses required for the major: a minimum of 18 semester units in the major as determined by the community college district, and: one of the following general education patterns: the California State University General Education-Breadth (CSU GE-Breadth) pattern of 39 units; OR: the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern of 37 units.
Transfer Program Major: Business Administration Articulated Palomar Courses (www.assist.org): ACCT 201, ACCT 202, BUS 115/116/117, BUS 204, BUS 205.
All online courses may have an in-person orientation;
but online orientation will be available as well.