A.A.B. Business Management Technology

62 Credit Hours Beginning Fall 2020, Catalog Year 2021

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First Year, Semester 1
Course Name Hours
ENG 111 English Composition 3
CMR 105 Intro to Marketing 3
CMR 111 Intro to Management 3
CMR 181 Computers and Business
STC 136 Intro to Interpersonal Communication 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 15

First Year, Semester 2
Course Name Hours
CMR 101 Intro to Accounting 3
CMR 106 Intro to Business & the Economy 3
CMR 108 Intro to Business Law 3
MTH 119 Quantitative Reasoning or STA 261 Statistics 4
MPF III Global Perspectives or IV Natural Science 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 16

MPF III Global Perspectives or IV Natural Science

Recommended course options

  • IDS 159 Strength through Cultural Diversity*
    Serves as an interdisciplinary introduction to diversity. A primary goal of this course is to facilitate students' abilities to build their cultural competencies and their abilities to work toward a socially just and inclusive world by providing the conceptual tools and vocabulary to think about, discuss and experience diversity. Topics covered include multiculturalism, ethnocentrism, prejudice, discrimination, privilege, the impacts of social and cultural change, and the engagement of students in the global community.
  • GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity*
    Application of human geography concepts to patterns and processes of economic, political, and cultural changes at global, regional and local scales.
  • PHY 101 Physics and Society
    Introduction of fundamental principles of physics and discussion of the interaction of science and society, both today and in the past. Provides skills in thinking critically about societal problems which have a scientific or technological component.
    • PHY 111 Astronomy and Space Physics
      Study of space exploration, astrophysics, astronomy, and cosmology.
    • PHY 121 Energy and Environment
      Application of physics principles and models to societal uses of energy. Includes mechanics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, and atomic and nuclear physics. Energy topics include resources, environmental problems, global atmospheric challenges, nuclear power, solar energy, alternative energy systems, and energy conservation. Algebraic skills are required but no previous course in physics is needed.
    • PHY 141 Physics in Sports
      Various aspects of a dozen or more sports are treated using the laws of physics. Provides the non-science student with insight into principles governing motion, dynamics, and other elements of physics in sports.
    • PHY 103L Concepts in Physics Laboratory
      Laboratory course illustrating the basic concepts of physics. For the general student; complements physics lecture offerings at the nonspecialist level.PHY 101/111/121/141 + PHY 103L
  • BIO 121 Environmental Biology*
    Local, regional, and global environmental issues examined in the context of current ecological theory and principles of resource use and management.
Second Year, Semester 1
Course Name Hours
CMR 241 Management Business Operations 3
CMR 244 Intro to Global Business 3
EGS 215 Workplace Writing 3
MPF III Global Perspectives or IV Natural Science 3
ELECTIVE Elective 3-4

Total Semester Credit Hours: 15-16

Second Year, Semester 2
Course Name Hours
CMR 207 Management Planning/Control 3
CMR 242 Mgt. of Small Business Operations 3
CMR 301 Personal Organizational Skills 3
CMR 282 Computer-Based Business Analysis 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 15-16