Business Management & Entrepreneurship
Prepare yourself for a career in the business world with a competitive advantage and a degree from Garrett College. Our courses incorporate the latest technologies to prepare students for the competitive workforce.
Why Choose the Business Management and Entrepreneurship Concentration?
A degree in Business & Information Technology with a Business Management and Entrepreneurship concentration prepares graduates to begin a career in a highly competitive field with knowledge and skills to stand out from the rest.
Graduates of the program earn an Associate in Applied Sciences (A.A.S) in Business & Information Technology: Business Management and Entrepreneurship.
Information Literacy Skills: To incorporate information literacy skills that will enable students to locate, evaluate and effectively use information in the student’s program option.
Communication Skills: To communicate effectively, orally and in writing, using Business and Information Technology (BIT) media.
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: To use technology to analyze BIT case studies. To function effectively and efficiently to run a business either as an individual or as a team member. To distinguish critical from non-critical information in various BIT situations.
Scientific Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning Skills: To use technology and BIT applications to effectively collect data and analyze and display results.
Information Management Skills: To use BIT software for research, communication and practical application.
Academic and Technical Proficiency: Graduates of BIT will be proficient in the knowledge, skills and abilities to find employment in their chosen field or to be qualified to continue their studies at another institution of higher learning.
Garrett's Business Management and Entrepreneurship program creates career-ready graduates with skills and knowledge necessary for a competitive edge.
Garrett's Business Management and Entrepreneurship program prepares you for a career in any of the following career fields:
- Investment and Investment Management
- Public Relations
Business Management and Entrepreneurship Concentration
Business & Information Technology A.A.S. Degree
Total Credit Hours Required 60
Institutional Requirements (1 credit)
- FYE101 First Year Experience 1
GER Required Credits (22 credits)G
Comp I—Expos Writing
Min. C grade required
Arts and Humanities
Intro to Communication
Min. C grade required
- GER Humanities Course 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences
- GER Soc & Behavioral Science Course 3
- GER Science Lab Course 4
or MAT210 Introductory Statistics 3
- CIS105 Intro to Computers 3
Core Courses (9 credits)*
Min. C grade required in all Core Courses
- ACC210 Financial Accounting 3*
- BUS101 Intro to Business 3*
- BUS294 Field Experience in Business 3*
Concentration Courses (24 credits)*
Min. C grade required in all Concentation Courses
- ACC213 Managerial Accounting 3*
- BUS170 Intro to Management 3*
- BUS201 Principles of Marketing 3*
- BUS203 Business Law 3*
- BUS287 Entrepreneurial Thinking 3*
- BUS289 Entrepreneurship 3*
- ECN201 Economics I (Macro) 3*
- ECN202 Economics II (Micro) 3*
Choose courses after consultation with advisor.
*Minimum C grade required.
G GER Courses must be on the Approved General Education Course list.