Business Administration: Associate - Adult/Evening (60 credit)
The Associate of Science in Business Administration (ASBA) provides foundational business courses that will introduce you to business and management theory, as well as the liberal arts courses needed for a well-rounded education. The 60-credit degree may increase your employability and/or your qualifications for promotion. Additionally, the credits may be applied towards the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree if you choose to continue your education.
The foundation of your success
An associate's degree is the foundation for building a career in business. When a person has an associate's degree, they are able to get out into the workforce quicker, and if they decide to pursue more courses, they can pick and choose the ones that will advance them further in their career.
Your degree will give you the knowledge to perform your job better and a leg up in the hiring process in roles including:
- Administrative assistant
- Relationship banker
- Customer service associate
- Assistant store manager
- Sales support specialist
- Store manager
- Executive assistant
- Retail sales workers
For more information about growth in these roles or other opportunities visit www.bls.gov
The ASBS requires 60 credits for graduation made up of:
- 30 Major credits
- 24 Core credits
- 6 Elective credits
Select 30 credits from these existing Evening/Online Business Concentrations:
- Introduction to Business
- Economics and Accounting
- Advanced Business Principles
The ASBA will be offered in the evening/online format only using existing courses in the BSBA and Liberal Arts Core curriculum.
Core Curriculum Requirements
- SEM 104 Stritch Seminar
- PL 200 The Human Conversation
- EN 102 Research Writing
- CA 108 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
- MT 120 Applied Statistics
- SPN 110 Spanish Language and Culture and
- any two of the CORE INTDS 200-level courses that are offered in the 6-week format.
For more information please contact admissions or the program faculty.