Business Management - Small Business Entrepreneurship
Program Number: 10-102-3
School Year: 2015-2016
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Campus*: Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac, West Bend, Online
The Business Management program is designed for individuals who are seeking an entry-level, business-related position, pursuing self-employment or seeking a job change or advancement. Students receive a broad background in business fundamentals with specific skills in managing operations, marketing, accounting, supervision and computer software applications. Teamwork, problem solving, communication skills and ethical behavior are emphasized as well.
The Small Business Entrepreneurship emphasis is designed for people interested in exploring the components of small business start-up and operation. Coursework provides new and existing entrepreneurs hands-on training in the areas of business planning, financing, marketing, customer service, financial management and business communications. You can also consider:
- Management and Supervision Emphasis
- Marketing Emphasis
Statewide Median Salary for Recent Graduates
- $128.40 per credit (resident)
- $192.60 per credit (out-of-state resident)
- *Online students are not charged out-of-state fees.
- Plan the operations of a business across functional areas.
- Organize resources to achieve the goals of the organization.
- Direct individuals and/or processes to meet organizational goals.
- Control business processes.
- Apply problem-solving concepts in a team environment.
- Graduates may find employment as an operations assistant or a management trainee in private businesses, public entities or nonprofit organizations.
- Submit the college admission application.
- Submit the $30 one-time fee.
- Submit high school and other official college transcripts.
- Take the college assessment test (ACCUPLACER, ACT or other). The ACCUPLACER assessment can be taken at MPTC.
- Attend a program orientation with your advisor.
- Check with Admissions if any additional steps are required.
Please visit the Admissions page for general information.
|102-110||Introduction to Business||3|
|103-159||**Computer Literacy - Microsoft Office||1|
|196-189||Team Building and Problem Solving||3|
|801-136||English Composition 1||3|
|101-184||Principles of Accounting||3|
|102-120||Principles of Management||3|
|801-196||Oral and Interpersonal Communication||3|
|809-196||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|101-134||Introduction to Finance||3|
|116-130||Introduction to Human Resources||3|
|809-166||Introduction to Ethics: Theory and Application||3|
|102-189||Writing a Small Business Plan||3|
|105-150||Business Practice Firm||3|
|- OR -|
|105-151||International Business Practice Firm||3|
|- OR -|
|809-199||Psychology of Human Relations||3|
|Total Program Credits and Institutional Requirements||68|
Successful completion of 102-189 Writing a Small Business Plan plus one of the following courses: 105-150; 105-151; 105-152 is the exit assessment graduation requirement for this program.
** The credits for 103-159 Computer Literacy-Microsoft Office and 890-101 College 101 are Institutional Requirements for graduation. Consequently, they are not part of the program credit requirements.
- Business Management - Small Business Entrepreneurship, 2015-2016
- Business Management - Small Business Entrepreneurship, 2014-2015
- Business Management - Small Business Entrepreneurship, 2013-2014
Check out the Credit Transfers page for more information.
*Enrollment may limit the campus availability or delivery of certain courses.
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