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Business Administration

Associate of Science Degree

Learn the know-how needed to be successful in business environments. Problem solving, communication, management and leadership are some of the valuable skills you will take away from this program, skills important to any career.

The goal of the Associate of Science in Business Administration degree program is to provide the first step in preparing you for a Bachelor’s degree in general business administration. This transfer program will also enhance skills in current jobs and assist in career advancement opportunities. 

Wherever interests lead, having a foundation in business allows graduates the flexibility to find work in a setting or industry that fits personal career goals.

Students must take a total of 61 credits to complete a degree in Business Administration.

Course NumberCourseCredits
ACCT 2010 Principles of Accounting I 4
ACCT 2020 Principles of Accounting II 3
BADM 1020 Business Communications 3
COMM 2010 Public Speaking 3
ECON 1010 Macroeconomics 3
ECON 1020 Microeconomics 3
IMGT 2400 Intro to Information Management 3
MATH 1400 College Algebra 4
MATH 2350 Business Calculus 3
MATH 2355 Mathematical Applications for Business 3
BADM 2010 Legal Environment of Business 3
MGT 3210 Management and Organization 3
MKT 3210 Principles of Marketing 3
STAT 2050 OR 
STAT 2070
Fundamentals of Statistics OR Intro. Statistics/Social Sciences 4

Students must complete 6 general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.

 

CourseCredits
Writing Level I 3
American & Wyoming Government 3
Lab Science 4
University Studies 1


Students must complete six (6) credits of General Education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, ART/HUM/SOC. (SOC is in the program)

Total Credit Hours: 61

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Career Options Salary ETC

• Public Accounting (CPA)
• Private Accounting
• Government Work
• Non-Profit Work
• Entrepreneurial

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Business is an excellent foundation to any career.

Willie Noseep, Vice President for Administrative Services

Business Management

Associate of Applied Science Degree

In demand today are supervisors, managers, and employees who are competent in their field of expertise and who contribute to, as well as lead, the activity of the team. Employers look for leaders with the skills to resolve conflicts and manage diversity, encourage open communication, increase productivity, and improve morale.

The mission of the Business Management program is to provide you with practical skills needed to be successful in current or future business activities. This applied program includes a set of core courses that address the critical aspects of effective supervision and management. The comprehensive curriculum includes study in general business, accounting, business law, management, economics, and marketing. In addition, general education courses offer students a broad base of knowledge in English, communication, computers, and math.

Course Number CourseCredits
ACCT 2010 Principles of Accounting I 4
ACCT 2020 OR 
ACCT 2450
Principles of Accounting II OR 
Cost Accounting
3
BADM 1005 Business Math I 3
BADM 1020 Business Communications 3
BADM 2105 Small Business Management 3
CMAP 1765 Spreadsheet Applications 3
ECON 1010 Macroeconomics 3
ECON 1020 Microeconomics 3
FIN 1000 Personal Finance 3
IMGT 2400 Intro to Information Management 3
BADM 2010 Legal Environment of Business 3
MGT 3410 Human Resources Management 3
BADM 1000 Introduction to Business 3
MGT 3210 Management and Organization 3
MGT 2130 OR 
COMM 2130
Human Relations 3
MKT 3210 Principles of Marketing 3
PFDV 1500 Managing Career Development 3

Students must complete one course from the following:

Course Number CourseCredits
ACCT 2110 Quickbooks Accounting 2
ACCT 2430 Income Tax 3
BADM 2020 Business Law II: Commercial Law 3
CMAP 1200 Computer Information Systems 3
CPED 1000 Co-Op Work Experience I 3
ENTR 1505 ENTR I: Entrepreneurial Mindset 3
ENTR 1525 ENTR II: Opportunity Analysis 3

Students must complete six (6) credits of general education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, one of which is either WR2 or ORAL.

CourseCredits
Writing Level I 3
American & Wyoming Government 3
University Studies 1

Total Credit Hours: 62

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Career Options 

• Management
• Human Resources
• Marketing
• Business Owner
• Account Executive
• Business Analyst

Meet Business Faculty

Brittany Yeates

Assistant Professor of Business

Working with students gives Brittany the opportunity to invest in them the way they invest in CWC.

Tammy Forbis

Instructor of Business

Tamara Forbis has worked at CWC for more than four years as an instructor for business.