James McGee, Program Coordinator
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you’re interested in the management, administrative, or technical side of modern business, our degree programs will prepare you with the hands-on courses and real-world skills necessary to succeed in this ever-evolving field. Our business administration AS (transfer) program is designed primarily to provide you with the foundation needed to continue your formal education in the business field in a four-year program.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Alfred State business administration graduates may enter directly into either the business administration BBA, the financial planning BBA, the interdisciplinary studies BTech, or the technology management BBA degree program at Alfred State.
Students may transfer directly into one of our own BBA degree programs or to another college. Although not limited to these schools, common transfer institutions include: Alfred University, St. Bonaventure University, Rochester Institute of Technology, St. John Fisher College, SUNY at Albany, University at Buffalo, SUNY College at Brockport, SUNY College at Fredonia, SUNY College at Geneseo, SUNY College at Oneonta, SUNY College at Oswego, SUNY at Binghamton, Cornell University, Canisius College, Niagara University, and Hilbert College.
Employment and continuing education rate of 100 percent – 9 percent are employed; 91 percent continued their education.
Required: Algebra, Geometry
Recommended: Algebra 2
Students who believe they need a reasonable accommodation to properly participate in this program may contact Melanie Ryan in the Office of Accessibility Services. This office may be contacted by email at email@example.com or by phone at 607-587-4506. Please keep in mind that some accommodations may take time to implement, so students seeking accommodations are encouraged to contact OAS as early as possible.
A tier 1 laptop computer is required for students entering this degree program. Laptop specifications are available at www.alfredstate.edu/required-laptops.
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|MKTG||2073||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MATH||xxx3||Stats I or Stats Method||3|
|GLST||2113||Global Perspectives:Spcl Topic||3|
|BUAD||3153||Fundamentals of Management||3|
|BUAD||3043||Business Law I||3|
|BUAD||4203||Intro Personal Financial Plan||3|
|ECON||1013||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|XXXX||xxx3||Gen. Ed. Natural Science Elective||3|
|ECON||2023||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|BUAD||4053||Business Law II||3|
|XXXX||xxx3||Gen. Ed. Elective||3|
|XXXX||xxx3||Business or Computer Elective||3|
|XXXX||xxx3||Gen. Ed. Elective||3|
* Calculus I is essential to achieving junior status in business programs at the following SUNY campuses: the University at Buffalo, Binghamton University, and the University at Albany. Therefore, Calculus I is recommended if you are continuing your education at any one of those universities.
62 semester hours with a 2.0 cumulative index.
All students are required to complete an end-of-program exam. This exam will be taken in the capstone course for the student’s specific program in BUAD 4053 Business Law II. The end-of-program exam will also be considered an assignment in the capstone course. The benefit of taking the end-of-program exam is to test the student’s knowledge at the time of graduation. Students may include the progress from the end-of-program exams on their resume. Taking the end-of-program exam will have some fees, which are currently $23 per exam. Exams will be taken once and they will impact the student’s capstone course grade by 5%. Please refer to the syllabi for the relevant capstone course to know the grading scale for the end-of-program exam.
The end-of-program exams are required, not optional.
Information on how to take the exams will be given in the course prior to the end-of-program exam.
How should I prepare for the assessment exam?
The comprehensive end-of-program exam covers topics taught throughout the degree program, which are aligned to the topics required for accreditation. The preparation for the exam comes from your educational experience with the school, specifically through the required courses for your degree. The exam assesses the foundational knowledge areas for your discipline.
2017-18 Summary (pdf)