Business Administration (AS)
Lewis-Clark State College
Lewis-Clark State College offers an Associate of Science degree in Business Administration for students who are interested in learning about managerial roles in businesses and organizations, including the responsibilities of management and administration. Students will also develop a general understanding of other roles in business and gain a general education necessary for foundational capabilities in business and other fields. Through the program, students will develop an understanding of the roles and responsibilities involved in administrating a business, and develop their understanding of business communication, business operations, and the structure and systems utilized by businesses.
This program forms a basis for advanced studies in business by providing the foundations necessary for future education. Those classes include accounting, introduction to business, technical writing, professional communication, business statistics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, foundations of management theory, principles of marketing, and business law.
Upon graduation, students will have demonstrated the necessary educational qualifications for future studies and for entry-level roles in business and management. These qualifications include the ability to demonstrate proficiency in the business functions that enable firms to operate and produce a profit while staying in business, to show business knowledge and critical thinking capability necessary for the tasks and responsibilities of business, to understand the objects of a business from a legal, ethical, economic and financial perspective, and to evaluate the application of technology as a strategy for competitive advantage in business.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
Lewis-Clark State College is a four-year public school located in Lewiston, Idaho. Governor William J. McConnell founded the school in 1893 as the Lewiston State Normal School, a teacher training school. In 1917, the school’s Administrative Building suffered from severe damage in a fire that was later concluded to be the act of arson and was believed to be committed by a student. In 1971 the school’s name was officially changed to Lewis-State College.
Lewis-Clark State College offers certificates of completion, associate’s degrees, and bachelor’s degrees. In addition to these degrees, LCSC offers continuing education courses, distance education programs, workshops, conferences, apprenticeships, workforce training programs, and various non-credit educational programs.
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