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2014 - 2015 CNM Catalog April 2014, Volume 47 [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Business Administration, Certificate of Completion


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Getting Started

School of Business & Information Technology (BIT)

Description

The Business Administration program provides opportunities for the business leaders of tomorrow to achieve a high-quality, high-value education that enables them to succeed in a competitive market. Emphasis is placed on hands-on experiences and conducting real-world research and projects. The curriculum includes business concepts such as accounting, business law, management and marketing. Skills related to the applications of these concepts are developed through the study of computer applications, communications, team building and decision making.

The Business Administration certificate courses and several of the associate degree courses are offered online.

 

Career and Educational Opportunities

Career opportunities are available in both the public and private sectors, including but not limited to: advertising, marketing, entrepreneurship, human resources, sales, real estate, retail, small business management and supervision.

Important Note: Students who plan to transfer to a four-year business program are encouraged to meet with the program chair or associate dean during their first term.

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 3


Certificate of Completion in Business Administration 39 credit hour(s)


Program Approved Electives


At least 9 credit hours must be BA, FIN and/or PM prefixes.

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