Business Management (AS)
Champlain College in Vermont offers an Associates of Science degree in Business Management. The curriculum is 60 credits, and includes key accounting courses of: financial accounting, managerial accounting, business law, project management, and a few others. The general education component includes relevant coursework including: statistics, spreadsheet analysis, communication, economics, and critical reading. 6 credits are devoted to an embedded professional certificate. This degree can be completed in 24 months and courses are offered in 7-week sessions.
Graduates are to have the following competencies: interpersonal skills, Internet and information technology skills, decision-making skills, planning/organizing skills, creativity, financial intelligence, analytical skills, and functional competence. In the workforce and in everyday life, it is important to have strong communication skills. Additionally, with the increasing use of technology in today’s society, students are to learn how to utilize the Internet and technology effectively. Additionally, students learn how to approach problems and solve them in an effective, analytical method. The A.S. at Champlain College provides students with very useful skills that they will be able to utilize in their future careers.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Technical and Career Institutions
New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The accrediting agency of Champlain College, this agency accredits the institutions in all six New England States, and includes on its roster Harvard University, University of Connecticut, University of Massachusetts, and Dartmouth College to name only a few.
Resume. High school diploma or GED. Essay.
Champlain College is a private college in Burlington, Vermont, that was established in 1878 as Burlington Collegiate Institute by G.W. Thompson. The college has moved many times and changed its name but took its current name in 1958 and relocated to the Hill Section of Burlington where it lies today. Champlain areas of study include undergraduate degrees, online certificates and degree programs, and master’s degree programs.
In 1993, online educational programs were introduced to the college. Today, the school offers a variety of programs online. Certain associate’s and bachelor’s degrees can be attained by only using online programs. Many other degrees incorporate the use of online classes.
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