Certificate, Business Management, Applied

Concentrations: Computer Applications, Finance, General Business, Human Resources, Marketing, Office Administration, Public Management, Recreational Guiding, Retail Management and Tourism

Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 30-36 credits

General University Requirements
Complete the general university requirements.
Certificate Requirements
Communication
Complete one of the following:3
Business English
Business Communications
Writing Across Contexts
Computation
ABUS F155Business Math (or any MATH course at the F100 level or above)3
A.A.S.-Approved Human Relations Course
ABUS F154Human Relations (recommended)3
General Business
ABUS F101Principles of Accounting I3
ABUS F161Personal and Business Finance3
BA F151XIntroduction to Business3
Concentrations
Complete one of the following concentrations:12-18
Computer Applications
Finance
General Business
Human Resources
Marketing
Office Administration
Public Management
Recreational Guiding
Retail Management
Tourism

Concentrations

Computer Applications

Complete the following:
CIOS F130Microcomputer Word Processing3
CIOS F135Microcomputer Spreadsheets3
CIOS F240Microcomputer Databases3
CIOS F146Using Internet Tools and Technologies3
or CITS F220 Implementing Internet Tools and Technologies

Finance

Complete the following:
ABUS F160Principles of Banking3
ABUS F210Income Tax3
ABUS F233Financial Management3
ABUS F234Introduction to Investing3

General Business

Complete one of the following:3
Principles of Accounting II
Income Tax
Microcomputer Accounting: QuickBooks
Microcomputer Accounting
Fund Accounting for Nonprofits
ABUS F179Fundamentals of Supervision3
or BA F307 Introductory Human Resources Management
Complete one of the following:3
Contemporary Management Issues
Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics
Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics
Complete one of the following:3
Marketing Practices
Public Relations
Principles of Marketing

Human Resources

Complete the following:
ABUS F141Payroll Accounting3
ABUS F179Fundamentals of Supervision3
ABUS F231Introduction to Personnel3
or BA F307 Introductory Human Resources Management
ABUS F242Employment Law3
or BA F317 Employment Law

Marketing

Complete the following:
ABUS F175Customer Service3
ABUS F178Professionalism3
Complete one of the following:3
Marketing Practices
Public Relations
Principles of Marketing
CIOS F2xx-level graphics or web design elective3

Office Administration

Complete the following:
ABUS F170Business English3
ABUS F182Office Procedures3
Complete six credits from the following:6
Professional Skills for Job Hunt
Practicum in Applied Business
Microcomputer Word Processing
Microcomputer Spreadsheets
Computer Business Applications

Public Management

Complete the following:
ABUS F235Fund Accounting for Nonprofits3
PS F100XPolitical Economy3
PS F101XIntroduction to American Government and Politics3
or ABUS F232 Contemporary Management Issues
PS F212Introduction to Public Administration3

Recreational Guiding

Complete the following:
ABUS F175Customer Service3
NRM F161Wilderness Leadership Education3
Complete one of the following:3
Emergency Trauma Training First Responder
More advanced Emergency First Responder Training
RECR electives3

Retail Management

Complete the following:
ABUS F179Fundamentals of Supervision 13
or BA A231
Fundamentals of Supervision
ABUS F231Introduction to Personnel3
ABUS F260Marketing Practices 13
or BA A260
Marketing Practices
BA A266Retailing Management3
CIOS F150Computer Business Applications 13
or CIOS A103
Introduction to Personal Computers
Complete one of the following:3
Media and Culture
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Group Context
Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context
CIOS A261A
Interpersonal Skills in Organization 1
COMM A111
Fundamentals of Oral Communication 1
COMM A237
Interpersonal Communication 1

Tourism

Complete the following:
ABUS F158Introduction to Tourism3
ABUS F175Customer Service3
ABUS F199Practicum in Applied Business3
Complete one of the following:3
Small Hotel, Bed and Breakfast, and Lodge Operations
Transportation and Logistics Management
Food and Beverage Management

Note: Other courses specific to individual education and career goals may be substituted with program approval.