Business Administration, Associate in Science (A.S.) – 60 hours (BAVM)
This two-year, 60 credit hour program provides students with essential courses in general education as well as the specific understanding of business functions required to manage a commercial organizations. The A.S. program provides a comprehensive overview in an Introduction to Business course, as well as specific courses on marketing, accounting, supervision, and business law. The A.S. degree serves those who wish to work in a small business locally and people currently working in business who want to enhance their chance for promotion.Many courses include practical, result-oriented projects that allow students to put their new knowledge to use.
Florida Gateway College (Main Campus)
Students must demonstrate competence in reading, math, or language through placement examination or by passing the appropriate reading, math or language courses, if not exempt by state board of education rule 6A-10.0315. A student who does not achieve minimum scores will be required to take developmental educations classes in English, math, reading, and SLS 1501 the College Experience.
Classes are held Monday through Thursday throughout the day. Program may be completed online or through a mixture of face-to-face and online classes.
Varies and ranges from $32,450 to $45,160.
Graduates of this program have a variety of career opportunities, including positions as an Operations Analyst, Business Analyst, Purchasing and Inventory Manager, and Sales Support Manager.
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To be officially considered for this program, a student must have a high school diploma or GED certificate, submit an application to FGC, and take a placement exam if not exempt by the state board of education rule 6A-10.0315.
Students may be exempt from courses if sufficient skills are demonstrated or if the division chairperson agrees to a course substitution. If a student exempts one or more courses, acceptable elective(s) must be taken. All electives or alternatives must be approved by the faculty advisor or division chairperson
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