BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION

Program List

Associate in Science Degree

The Northwestern Connecticut Business and Management Administration Program is committed to creating critical thinkers and principle-centered organizational architects. Business is about managing risk and change. Northwestern degree candidates face the rigors of a business education that focuses on combining traditional business modalities with creative simulation and communication technology to produce graduates who are consensus builders and leaders.

As a business and management degree candidate you will:

Advisors: David Rodgers, drodgers@nwcc.commnet.edu, 860-738-6387
                   Valerie Royals, vroyals@nwcc.commnet.edu, 860-7386-304

General Education Requirements
  ENG*101 Composition 3

Literature or Communication

ENG*102 Literature & Composition 3
Behavioral Science   Behavioral Science Elective 3
Humanities/ Arts   Humanities/ Arts Elective 3
Mathematics MAT* Mathematics Elective 3
Natural/ Physical Science   Laboratory Science Elective  4
Social Science ECN*101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Liberal Arts   Laboratory OR Natural Science Elective 3 (4)
      25 (26)
Program Requirements
  ACC*113 Principles of Financial Accounting 3
  ACC*117 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
 

BMK* 201
BMK* 214

Principles of Marketing OR
International Marketing

3
  BFN*201 Principles of Finance 3
 

BMG* 220
BMG* 210

Human Resources Management OR Organizational Behavior

3
    Elective 3
      18
Specialized Program Requirements
  BMG*202 Principles of Management 3
 

ECN* 102
ECN* 250

Principles of Microeconomics OR 
Money and Banking

3
  MAT*167 Statistics with Technology 3
  CSA*135 Spreadsheet Applications 3
 

COM* 173
CSA* 155

Public Speaking OR
Multimedia Communications

3
  BBG*210 Business Communication 3
      18
    TOTAL 61 (62)

 

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to:

  1. Educate students for entry-level management employment.
  2. Provide continuing education opportunities and career advancement.
  3. Meet the community need for Business and Manage-ment education.