The AAS in Business Administration is a two-year degree designed to prepare students for a career in business at an entry level of management. The degree is designed for the student who wishes to enter the workforce upon graduation. The program offers some general education courses but is concentrated on courses specific to preparing the student for a career in business management.
Demonstrate the underlying concepts of sound management including planning, organization, leading and controlling.
Apply the four P's (product, pricing, place and promotion) of marketing to a corporation's activities.
Demonstrate the ability to prepare financial statements.
Demonstrate the ability to analyze and interpret financial statements.
Demonstrate knowledge of the American legal system and how it relates to the world of business.
Demonstrate knowledge of concepts, tools and applications of finance and investment.
Demonstrate knowledge of information system theory, software and hardware.
Minnesota State Community and Technical College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. More information can be found at
Restricted electives in course types
AAS Business Administration - Associate of Applied Science (AAS)