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Business Administration - Entrepreneurship, AAS


CIP 520201 (BAEC)

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration is designed to provide students with the skills needed in diverse public and private organizations. The program provides the business, management and marketing skills necessary for success in entry-level positions requiring foundations of greater responsibility, authority and leadership. Students who complete the program will be viewed by potential employers as having a broad-based education necessary for today's team-oriented and globally-competitive environment.

The Business Administration program prepares students for careers in business, as well as providing students with instructional resources for the purpose of ongoing enhancement of skills. This program may transfer to other Colleges or universities and apply toward a bachelor's degree. Contact the ACC Advising Office or a Faculty Advisor in Business Administration for details.

Program Requirements

Concentration (9 credit hours)

The Entrepreneurship Concentration is designed to prepare those interested in a career in owning or managing a business, as well as to enhance the skills of those already involved in entrepreneurship. The courses are designed to stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit by giving the student the knowledge and ability needed to profitably respond to the environment of the small businessperson.

Students must choose 9 credit hours from BUS 288 or any course with an ENP prefix, or other with Department Chair Approval

Total: 60 credit hours

Graduation Requirements

  • Apply for graduation online at
  • As a graduate of a Career and Technical Education program you will be contacted by an ACC employee in approximately six months to verify your employment information. This information gathering is a federal requirement to ensure that ACC receives certain federal funding.