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Business Administration & Management

United Tribes Technical College

Business Administration

In a rapidly changing economy, new opportunities arise every day for those individuals with specific business administration knowledge and skills.

Our accredited Bachelor of Science & Associate of Applied Science Degrees in Business Administration has evolved to meet the needs of businesses and students by providing the skills needed to be competitive in the business world. Students will learn the skills needed to integrate administrative concepts in accounting, finance, marketing, organizational performance and project development.

Career opportunities include; accountant, administrative executive, chief executive officer, manager, consultant, director, human resource manager, public relations specialist, school administrator, and many other rewarding careers.

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Management, on-campus and online, provides students with a comprehensive background of managerial techniques applicable to virtually any type of organization. Our curriculum emphasizes general business management theory as well as organizational leadership, accounting, marketing, and human resource management skills needed for gainful employment in the business field.

Career opportunities include; administration, public relations, government, finance, human resources, sales, retail, food services, and organizational management.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the UTTC Business Management AAS Degree program will:

  1. Apply project management practices to succeed in business.
  2. Demonstrate decision making abilities in strategic management.
  3. Exemplify professional skills required to succeed in project management capacities.
  4. Communicate effectively in various management situations.

Core Courses (30 credits)

  • BAD 201 Principles of Marketing
  • BAD 210 Advertising
  • BAD 234 Customer Service
  • BAD 240 Sales
  • BUS 251 Personal Finance
  • BAD 282 Human Resource Management
  • BOT 209 Principles of Management
  • BUS 170 Entrepreneurship
  • ECO 201 Microeconomics
  • ECO 202 Microeconomics

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the UTTC Business Administrations AAS Degree program will:

  1. Apply administrative skills to successfully implement business strategy.
  2. Demonstrate effective decision making in administrative environments.
  3. Model Ethical practices necessary to learn in global business capacities.
  4. Communicate effectively in various administrative roles and settings.

Core Courses (30 credits)

  • ACT 200 Elements of Accounting
  • ACT 201 Accounting II
  • BAD 282 Human Resource Management
  • BAD 201 Principles of Marketing
  • BOT 209 Principles of Management
  • BOT 247 Spreadsheet Applications
  • BUS 251 Personal Finance
  • BUS 120 Foundations of Business
  • ECO 201 Microeconomics
  • ECO 202 Microeconomics

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the UTTC Business Administration Bachelor of Science Degree program will:

  1. Apply leadership skills necessary to administer organizational strategy.
  2. Demonstrate supervisory skills in evaluating organizational outcomes.
  3. Communicate effectively through verbal and non-verbal technical channels.
  4. Model professional values to lead organizational culture and behavior.

Fall Semester

Course CodeDescriptionCredits
ACT 200Accounting I3
ECO 201Macroeconomics3
BOT 209Principles of Management3
BOT 247Spreadsheet Applications3
BUS 120Foundations of Business3
BUS 251Personal Finance3
BUS 315Business Law3
BAD 201Principles of Marketing3
BAD 240Sales3
BAD 310Grant Writing3
BAD 318Business Communications3
BAD 353Corporate Finance3
BAD 356Organizational Behavior3
BAD 437Workplace Diversity3

Spring Semester

Course CodeDescriptionCredits
ACT 201Accounting II3
ECO 202Macroeconomics3
BAD 217Promotion and Advertising3
BAD 251Personal Finance3
BAD 282Human Resource Management3
BUS 120Foundations of Business3
BUS 170Entrepreneurship3
BUS 254Financial Statement Analysis3
BUS 356Organizational Behavior3
BUS 366American Indian Entrepreneurship3
BUS 401Tribal Enterprise3
BUS 406Business Ethics3
BUS 493Business Research Methods3
BUS 497Business Internship3
BUS 499Special Topics/Capstone3