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Orange Coast College BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE FOR TRANSFER (AS-T) CERTIFICATE OF SPECIALIZATION The Entrepreneurship program is designed to develop skills in starting, maintaining, and growing a small business. Courses emphasize feasibility analysis, legal considerations, financial management, marketing plans, and sales techniques. Completion of this certificate will allow students to purse various entrepreneurial interests. Students graduating with an Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer Degree are well positioned to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in a similar major within the California State University system with 60 units of upper-division coursework. Students who complete the Business Administration AS-T degree are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus or major. Students must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursework. While a minimum 2.0 is required for CSU admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult a counselor for more information. Program Outcomes 1. 2. Program Outcomes 1. Function effectively in entry-level business positions or at a four-year college business program using the skills, principles, and tools they have acquired. 2. Course Students will be eligible and prepared for admission (SB 1440 and Education Code 66746) to California State University system schools. Course Units Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Business Law Microeconomics Macroeconomics ACCT A101 ACCT A102 BUS A110 ECON A170 ECON A175 Subtotal LIST A - Select one course from the following: Business Calculus Finite Mathematics Statistics BUS BUS CIS A100 / A100H A139 A111 Subtotal Program Major Units CSU or IGETC for CSU Transferable electives as needed to satisfy unit requirement 4 4 3 3 3 9 Total Degree Units Total Units FINANCE CERTIFICATE OF SPECIALIZATION The Certificate of Specialization of Finance is designed to develop analytic and critical thinking skills in the financial area in businesses. Courses emphasize financial accounting, securities, financial and investment management. 4 4 4 Program Outcomes 1. 3 3 3 Function effectively in an entry-level or training position in a brokerage firm or the Treasurer or Investment Department in a small to mid-size enterprise. 2. Effectively apply and utilize the accounting and financial principles and techniques they have learned in a business environment or at a four- year college business administration program. 3. Determine the viability of security and capital investments. 6 Course 27 37-39 Varies Financial Accounting Business Finance Securities Investment Practical Investment Management 3 4 Subtotal LIST B - Select two courses from the following: Introduction to Business / Honors Business Communication Introduction to Computer Information Systems Units 3 3 3 17 MATH A140 MATH A155 MATH A160 Determine the viability of a small business venture. Introduction to Entrepreneurship BUS A240 Introduction to Marketing MKTG A100 Professional Selling MKTG A110 Or Principles of Advertising MKTG A130 Demonstrate effective written and/or oral skills. 3. Effectively apply and utilize the small businesses principles and techniques they have learned in a business environment or at a four-year college entrepreneur program. 3. Students are required to obtain a grade of “C” or better in all major coursework. Function effectively in an entrepreneurial venture and in a supporting role to an entrepreneur. Units ACCT BUS BUS BUS A101 A200 A210 A212 Total Units 4 3 3 3 13 60 Courses in major program may double count towards major and General Education Breadth, reducing total GE Breadth unit count. CARDIOVASCULAR TECHNOLOGY Cardiovascular technology is an allied health profession concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with heart and blood vessel disease. The cardiovascular technologist performs tests at the request of a physician to obtain information about that patient’s heart and blood vessel anatomy Continued on next page 72