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Business Administration - Associate Degree

San Jose City College
Program overview
2.5 years
Associate's degree
Start dates
San Jose

San Jose
San Jose City College

Program description

Business Administration

San Jose City College offers an Associate in Arts (AA) degree in Business Administration. The Associate in Arts, Business Administration Major meets the lower division course requirements necessary for San Jose State Universitys BS-Business Administration with concentration in Accounting, Accounting and Management Information Systems (a formal dual concentration), Finance, Human Resources Management, International Business, Manufacturing Management, Marketing. A grade of "C" or better is required for all coursework in the major.

Admission requirements

Admission to San José City College (SJCC) is open to high school graduates, possess GED, certificate of proficiency, or the equivalent, or to those who are at least 18 years old.

The first step for all persons desiring to enroll in classes at SJCC is to complete an application for admission. Please visit the website for more information regarding admission.

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Program content


  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Introduction to Business
  • Introduction to Computer Information Systems
  • Principles of Macroeconomic Theory
  • Introduction to Microeconomic Theory
  • English Composition
  • Finite Mathematics
  • Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences
  • Fundamentals of Business Statistics
  • Elementary Statistics

Tuition fees

Please visit the college website for more information about tuition fees


Associate Degrees

  • Business Administration - Associate in Arts
  • Business Administration - Associate in Science for Transfer

Continuing studies

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the purpose of business and its functional objectives.
  • Explain fundamental business structure and basic organizational responsibilities.
  • Apply an understanding and working knowledge of basic business terminologies.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with basic elements of managing a small business or its components.
  • Describe various business functions in order to prepare for employment in business or to prepare for advancement into upper division course work.
  • Interpret and communicate findings of financial information for management, investors, clients, stakeholders, and other interested users.
  • Demonstrate the basic applications of presentation, advertising, and promotion which emphasize integrated marketing communication to a diverse audience.
  • Practice effective written and oral skills in explaining solutions to practical business problems.
  • Provide an intelligent interpretation of and show a proper use of business statements.
  • Explain how legal concepts are sustained by the various laws and regulations affecting business, managers, employees, investors, customers, and suppliers.
  • Identify key issues, research relevant data, and show evidence of analytical thinking about possible solution for business opportunities and problems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work and interact effectively with individuals of differing interests, genders, orientations, backgrounds, professions and laws in a global environment.
  • Examine the impacts of solutions to economic, ethical, and legal dilemmas presented with working in the international marketplace.
  • Explain the importance of the practice high ethical standards in all contacts with various stakeholders by all members of the business community.
  • Demonstrate how to develop, recognize, and practice high ethical standards in all contacts with various stakeholders which maintain equity and implement fair business practices.
  • Analyze the inter-relationship of legal, ethical, social, and philanthropic efforts of a business as it relates to the business products, services and activities.
  • Collect, classify, and record data used to create intelligent information for business decision making.
  • Show familiarity with applications of technology in the communication and marketing of business products or services.
  • Create and produce documentable solutions to business problems and challenges.
  • Prepare reports and papers consistent with the goals and objectives of marketing communication in a proper format

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San Jose City College

Founded in 1921 in the heart of Silicon Valley, California, San José City College (SJCC) has provided educational excellence and opportunities to students from around the world for 100 years! San José City College’s new state-of-the-art facilities combined with a...

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San Jose City College

2100 Moorpark Avenue
95128 San Jose CA
United States of America (USA)

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