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2013 - 2014 CNM Catalog April 2013, Volume 46 [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Business, Associate of Arts


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Getting Started

Program Description

This Associate of Arts degree is designed to substantially fulfill the freshman and sophomore course requirements for admission to bachelor’s degree programs in business at New Mexico colleges and universities; the degree’s general education curriculum is accepted for transfer toward the general education core. Click here for Articulation agreements.

Students should communicate with the School of Business & Information Technology associate dean or program chairs at (505) 224-3811, as well as with admissions advisors at the college or university where they plan to complete the bachelor’s degree. Courses taken with the credit/no credit option, transfer credits and non-traditional credits that have been accepted by CNM may not be accepted by the transfer institution. Many four-year institutions have minimum grade point average requirements for admission as well as a requirement that all coursework be completed with grades of C or better. 

 

Special Requirements

Additional Courses: Contact the School of Business & Information Technology at (505) 224-3811 and transfer institution(s) to determine if additional courses are required or accepted toward specific four-year graduation requirements.

Transfer Information: Student selection of ANTH 1150  and GEOG 1101  for the degree should depend upon articulation/transfer requirements of four-year transfer institution. Since some New Mexico schools classify ANTH 1150  and GEOG 1101  as a physical science, CNM students may use either course to meet the three credit hour biology/physical science requirement. However, CNM’s acceptance of these classes to meet the biology/physical science requirement does not bind the transfer institution to the same classification. Students are cautioned to check with their transfer institution to ensure that the use of those classes to meet that requirement will be accepted by the institution in that category.

UNM: It is recommended that students coordinate their choice of classes with the Anderson School of Management (ASM) pre-admission requirements listed on the ASM website bba.mgt.unm.edu/admissions/requirements.asp. Students should contact the ASM admissions office at (505) 277-3888 one to two semesters prior to their expected start date to begin the application process.

NMHU: Students should contact NMHU in Rio Rancho at (505) 891-2046 one to two semesters prior to their expected start date to begin the application process.

 

Career and Educational Opportunities

Gainful Employment information is available from Job Connection Services.

Careers that may require a bachelor’s degree in business range widely from accounting, financial analysts, personal financial advisors, employment, recruitment and placement specialists, insurance sales agents and marketing and management, to name a few. The U.S. Department of Labor/Bureau of Statistics predicts that the demand for professionals in many of these areas is strong and is expected to remain so over the new few years.

Exit competencies (see Program Exit Competencies) for this program of study are available at cnm.edu/exitcomp.

For the graduation policy refer to the Graduating From CNM section, cnm.edu or the Students tab in my CNM.

Recommended Sequence of Courses


Program Proficiencies and/or Prerequisites


Students must demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by placement exam, scores  or specific course work.

Term 2


Term 4


Associate of Arts in Business 65-67 credit hour(s)


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