Business Administration Department
This new course provides an overview of international trade theory, policy, and international finance. Students who master the course will be able to work in organizations that involved in international trade and finance. Register using WebAdvisor.
- BA-142 International Economics
- Hybrid, late start course: March 11 - May 22, 2015
- Room NC1310, Newark campus
- 3 units, CSU transferable
- Fulfills international business degree requirement
- Instructor: Tina Mosleh
- Download BA-142 International Economics flyer (PDF)
Explore possibilities! This class may help you decide on pursuing opportunities in:
- Scouting for athletic teams
- Managing or owning sports/fitness facilities
- Working in sports marketing
- Working in public relations
- Becoming a sports attorney
- KIN-244-02 (064517) or BA-144-02 (064518) [same course listed under two disciplines]
- Fully online 8-week course - class starts March 30
- 3 units
- Transfers to CSU
Download the Late Start Class: Sports Management flyer (PDF) for more information!
Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)
- Business Administration for Transfer A.S. Degree (AS-T) (PDF) - Designed to provide students with the common core of lower division courses required by most universities to transfer and pursue a baccalaureate degree in Business Administration. This includes business degrees with options such as accounting, finance, human resources management, international business, management, operations management, and marketing.
- Economics for Transfer A.A. Degree (AA-T) (PDF) - Prepares students to enter occupations such as the following: Economist (Financial, Political, Environmental, and Research and Education), Financial Advisor, Financial Analyst, Business Analyst, Actuary, Economic Affairs Officer, Accountant, Stock Broker, Investment Advisor, Banker, Economic Analyst, Budget Analyst, Industry Analyst, Loan Officer, Project Administrator, Research Assistant, State Policy Analyst, Statistician, Systems Analyst, Financial Examiner, and Auditor.
Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degrees
- Accounting A.A. Degree (PDF) - Designed to prepare students for entry level positions in business, industry, or government. Graduates often start as a beginning level accountant in a small business or enter a specialty field in industry. Such opportunities include working in payroll, accounts receivable/payable, and general ledger. The qualified individual often advances rapidly to a professional accounting position, particularly in the small business.
- Business A.A. Degree (PDF) - Designed to provide graduates with the skills and knowledge required to work effectively in a variety of business settings. The curriculum provides a solid foundation in areas of business management, information technology, economics, international business, and legal and ethical issues. Graduates from the associate degree in Business program will be able to communicate effectively for informal, formal, and quantitative tasks and will be conversant with the values and terminology of the field. Graduates will be able to access information resources, evaluate them for credibility and relevance, and use the sources to present a wide range of alternatives. Having utilized academic processes such as feedback from faculty and self-reflection, graduates will be situated for lifelong learning.
- Business Administration A.A. Degree (PDF) - Designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of the principles of business administration. Classes prepare students for studying business at most universities. This program fulfills typical lower-division requirements at four-year institutions.
Certificates of Achievement
- Accounting Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Business Communication Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Intercultural Communication Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- International Business Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Interpersonal Communication Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Leadership Communication Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Oral Interpretation Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Speech and Communication Studies Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
Review a sample listing of Courses in this area of study. Review academic requirements in the Catalog and in the Curriculum Guides. All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review academic program requirements and/or have questions answered.
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