The Business Administration program is a great opportunity for people who enjoy performing a variety of tasks and working as part of a team. Business Administration is a good choice if the following qualities describe you:
• Customer-service oriented
• Interested in technology
• Good at solving problems and troubleshooting
• Flexible and adaptable
• Friendly, outgoing, and patient
• Enjoy multi-tasking
Porterville College’s two-year Business degree prepares a student to work in an exciting and growing field. Successful graduates are in great demand and enjoy health and life insurance, excellent working conditions and other fringe benefits such as modern offices.
For more information, contact:
Ms. Kailani Knutson
Porterville College’s two-year Business degree prepares a student to work in an exciting and growing field. The Business program is a great opportunity for people who enjoy performing a variety of tasks and working as part of a team. Successful graduates are in great demand and enjoy health and life insurance, excellent working conditions and other fringe benefits such a modern offices.
Graduates have a wide range of career options including: business, industry, research, and agriculture. They work in multiple-speciality areas including: accounting, finance, marketing, management, human resources, logistics, and information systems.
Program Learning Outcomes: Students will analyze business, economic, or financial principles and explain their application to the real-world; apply written and verbal communication skills in a business relationship, a teamwork setting or a leadership position; apply the importance of ethical behavior in the business environment or workplace; explain the significance of international cooperation to the success of global business.
|Required-26 or 27 units from the below courses:|
|BSAD P011 - Business Mathematics||3 units|
|BSAD P132 - Business Communication||3 units|
|BSAD P140 - Business Law||3 units|
|BSAD P160 - Intro to Entrepreneurship||3 units|
|OFFT P030 - Human Relations in Business||2 units|
|MKTG P124 - Principles of Marketing||3 units|
|ACCT P010 - Practical Accounting||3 units|
|ACCT P110 - Financial Accounting||3 units|
|BSAD P101 - Intro. to Business||3 units|
|BSAD P120 - Prin/Management/Organization||3 units|
|INFS P001 - Intro. to Computers||3 units|
|INFS P100 - Introduction to Information Systems||3 units|
General Education: In addition to completing the major requirements, students must also complete one general education pattern:
Electives as needed to complete the 60 minimum units to complete the degree.
Effective Spring 2012.