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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Business Administration, A.A.


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The Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration is intended for transfer to a four-year baccalaureate granting institution.  Students intending to transfer or pursue a particular course of study are strongly encouraged to check with their advisor and carefully coordinate their coursework at San Juan College with the requirements of the transfer institution.  In general, however, it is suggested that students complete the New Mexico Transfer Module as outlined below.  A grade of C or better is required of all courses in this program of study.

General Education Requirements


Laboratory Science: 8 credits


(appropriate to transfer major) (See General Education Requirements for Associate of Arts Degrees )

Either Social/Behavioral Science or Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 credits


Must have 3 credits from this area in addition to ECON 251 Â and ECON 252 . (See General Education Requirements for Associate of Arts Degrees .)

Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 credits


Must have 6 credits total from Humanities and Fine Arts. (See General Education Requirements for Associate of Arts Degrees .)

Total General Education Requirements: 35-39


Total Credits: 61-68


Note(s):


It is important to be aware that accounting courses offered as a 4-credit hour course at community colleges may transfer as 3 credit hours to a baccalaureate institution. The University of New Mexico typically does not accept more than 3 credits in accounting courses from any other institution. Some baccalaureate institutions also require that Business Statistics be taken as a prerequisite to the Principles of Marketing course.

Suggested Course Sequence Full-time Students:


Students who for any reason are unable to follow the suggested course sequence should contact an academic advisor for help with adjustments.

Spring 2


Note(s):


1Some elective courses have prerequisites. Be sure those prerequisites have been met before trying to enroll in those courses.

Suggested Course Sequence Part-time Students:


Spring 3


Fall 4


Spring 4


Note(s):


1Some elective courses have prerequisites. Be sure those prerequisites have been met before trying to enroll in those courses

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