Business Management & Entrepreneurship
Prepare yourself for a career in the business world with a competitive advantage and a degree from Garrett College. Our courses incorporate the latest technologies to prepare students for the competitive workforce.
Why Choose the Business Management and Entrepreneurship Concentration?
A degree in Business & Information Technology with a Business Management and Entrepreneurship concentration prepares graduates to begin a career in a highly competitive field with knowledge and skills to stand out from the rest.
Graduates of the program earn an Associate in Applied Sciences (A.A.S) in Business & Information Technology: Business Management and Entrepreneurship.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate the ability to apply principles of accounting to business situations.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the U.S. legal system as it applies to business and the legal environment of business.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate different leadership styles and anticipate the consequences resulting from the use of each of these styles.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to apply economic analysis techniques to everyday problems in real-world situations, to understand the impact of current events and to evaluate specific policy proposals.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to apply the concepts of segmentation, targeting, and positioning in developing a marketing plan.
Garrett's Business Management and Entrepreneurship program creates career-ready graduates with skills and knowledge necessary for a competitive edge.
Garrett's Business Management and Entrepreneurship program prepares you for a career in any of the following career fields:
- Investment and Investment Management
- Public Relations
Business Management and Entrepreneurship concentration
Business & Information Technology A.A.S. Degree
Total Credit Hours Required 60
Institutional Requirements (1 credit)
- FYE101 First Year Experience 1
GER Required Credits (22 credits)G
Comp I—Expos Writing
Min. C grade required
Arts and Humanities
- SPC101 Intro to Communication 3
- GER Humanities Course 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences
- GER Soc & Behavioral Science Course 3
- GER Science Lab Course 4
or MAT210 Introductory Statistics 3
- CIS105 Intro to Computers 3
Core Courses (9 credits)*
Min. C grade required in all Core Courses
- ACC210 Financial Accounting 3*
- BUS101 Intro to Business 3*
- BUS294 Field Experience in Business 3*
Concentration Courses (24 credits)*
Min. C grade required in all Concentation Courses
- ACC213 Managerial Accounting 3*
- BUS170 Intro to Management 3*
- BUS201 Principles of Marketing 3*
- BUS203 Business Law 3*
- BUS287 Entrepreneurial Thinking 3*
- BUS289 Entrepreneurship 3*
- ECN201 Economics I (Macro) 3*
- ECN202 Economics II (Micro) 3*
Choose courses after consultation with advisor.
*Minimum C grade required.
G GER Courses must be on the Approved General Education Course list.