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Business Administration, A.A.

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Upon completion of the program listed below, the student may transfer to an upper division school of business and complete his/her requirements for the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Business. Students may also choose to delay the completion of their formal education and seek employment knowing that when they decide to return to school the credits they have earned at Minnesota West-Worthington will allow them to enter an upper division program on either a full or part-time basis. This program meets the A.A. and the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC).



COURSE #COURSE TITLECREDITS
Composition I3
Choose one of the following:
ENGL 1102Composition II3
Composition: Technical Writing3
ENGL 2243Composition: Creative Writing3
 
 
BIOLOGY3-4
College Algebra or3
SPCH 1101Introduction to Speech3
CHEM OR PHYS3-4
Introduction to Psychology4
Introduction to Business4
BUS 2201Principles of Accounting I4
Principles of Accounting II4
Principles of Macroeconomics3
Principles of Microeconomics3
Introduction to Probability and Statistics4
 
Social Science Elective***3
 
Humanities Electives 9
 
Choose one of the following:
NSCI 1100Issues in the Environment3
PSCI 2210Environmental Politics3
GEOG 1101**Intro to Physical Geography4
 
TOTAL CREDITS60

Notes: 
STSK 1110 Freshman Seminar (1) credit is required.

Fulfill a minimum of 4 credits from two of the three areas. 
HLTH 1101, CSCI 1102, or any Physical Education course.

See advisor/counselor for areas MnTC 8 and 9.

** Depends on transfer institution.

*** If either PSCI 2210 or GEOG 1101 is taken to meet Areas 5 and 10, the SOC SCI requirement is fulfilled.

Updated: si 4/29/14