Jun 24, 2024  
2024-25 Curriculum Guide 
    
2024-25 Curriculum Guide

Business Administration: Management, AS (MGMT-AS)

Location(s): Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley


This 2024-25 Curriculum Guide is intended as a reference for Fall 2024 registration. The complete 2024-25 Academic Catalog will be finalized on July 1, 2024.

A focus on management is one option under the Business Administration parent degree. The Management option provides students with knowledge, techniques and perspectives in the theory and practice of management. It prepares students for entry level careers in management and administration. Not all classes are fully transferable.

Students develop skills in accounting, ethics, finance, law, management, management information systems, and marketing which are needed to succeed in businesses from sole proprietorships through global corporations. This degree will prepare students to enter a variety of positions in business, start their own venture or continue to a bachelor’s degree program.

Business Administration Learning Outcomes:

In addition to the General Education learning outcomes, upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  • Describe and appraise the economic, political, regulatory, legal, technological, ethical and social contexts of organizations in a global society
  • Define and evaluate principles, techniques and major functions of management and business organizations.
  • Understand the U.S. legal system and be able to apply the principles to the legal environment in which organizations conduct business.
  • Understand, apply and evaluate marketing fundamentals to make tactical decisions to execute business strategy.
  • Develop and interpret financial statements using accounting and finance principles to make evidence- based decisions.
  • Apply quantitative and technical skills to analyze problems, formulate and develop solutions using appropriate technology, and effectively communicate results to stakeholders.

Management Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic theory and practice of business administration and management.
  • Demonstrate the ability to read, understand, and prepare standard types of business communications.
  • Demonstrate analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills applicable to business administration and management.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use and interpretation of data and information as applied to the various applications in business administration and management.

Program Requirements


Business Administration Program Core (24 credits)


Total Credits: 60-62