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Business Administration (BS)



Picture of teaching Business Administration (BS) at CMC.Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. The Bachelor of Science degree program in Business Administration (BSBA) includes several options for students interested in pursuing further academic study in key business-related industries. It incorporates the first two years of the Statewide Business Articulation Agreement that ensures that a student who completes the required Associate of Arts: Business emphasis coursework and earned a C- or better in all courses shall be fully considered for admission into the business programs offered by the participating four-year public colleges in Colorado, including Colorado Mountain College.

Students will be required to take 60 or more credits to earn the bachelor’s degree depending on the course of study students pursued before admission into the program.   Students who do not pathway from the AA Business  degree will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis.   Individual business courses may transfer and count toward the graduation requirements for the four-year BSBA degree, but the transferable courses are limited to the course equivalents of the courses specified in the curricula of the four-year Business Administration degree. Advised business-related electives may be used to complete an optional emphasis area.

The general education requirements for business students are specified by the statewide business articulation agreement. Completion of these general education requirements may not satisfy all the general education requirements for every business program or emphasis area. Students should review the BSBA degree and possible concentrations or emphasis areas with an academic counselor before registering for classes.

Possible emphasis areas within the BSBA degree include Resort Management , Ski and Snowboard Business , and Entrepreneurship .   Please refer to these Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs in the catalog for more information.   It is recommended that you contact the faculty leads at the campuses for specific prerequisite and course requirements to earn an emphasis within the BSBA degree.  A student not enrolled in these CTE programs during their first two years of academic study at CMC will require additional study to complete an emphasis area.  Other emphasis areas shown below are Management & Marketing, Sustainable Business, and Accounting.

Learn more about the Bachelor of Science Business Program

Upper-division Business Electives


Minimum 18 credits

State Guaranteed General Education Requirements


Mathematics (GT-MA1)


8 credits

Arts & Humanities


6 credits

Select two state-guaranteed Arts and Humanities courses.

Science 2 courses (GT-SC1 & SC2)


8 credits from the following courses

Total Credits Earned



State Guaranteed General Education Requirements (37 credits)
COM 115  (3 credits)
Lower-division Business Requirements (20 credits)
Upper-division Business Requirements (22 credits)
Upper-division Business Electives (18 credits)
Other Open Electives (20 credits)
 

Total Credits Earned (minimum 120 credits)

* Students are encouraged to take courses that lead to an emphasis or concentration that may lead to employment in a business-related field.  Electives must include 12 credits from advised upper division business courses and the balance may be any electives numbered 100-499 from guaranteed transfer, general transfer, or career & technical education program courses.  No PED 100-249 or PED 275  courses allowed for the elective portion of the degree.  It is highly recommended that students seek academic advising in their degree planning.

Additional Requirements for Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), and Associate of General Studies (AGS) Students:

  • Wellness Requirements Transfer Level (*) PED/OUT/DAN or HWE 100  or HWE 111 : 2 credits. 
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  • Colorado Mountain College requires its AA, AS and AGS graduates to be proficient in computer use. To graduate, a student must demonstrate proficiency via an examination administered by the college or take CIS 118 . If you take the 3-credit course, it will be applied to the open elective credits.
     

 

 

BSBA Emphasis Areas


Accounting Emphasis


6 courses (21 credits)

Note:


◆ State Guaranteed Transfer Course

✽ Applies to CMC AA/AS/AGS Degrees

Note:  Not all programs/courses are available at every campus and may require travel to another campus or access via distance learning (IVS, hybrid, or online).

For more information see Degree & Certificate Descriptions & Requirements  .