Associate of Arts in General Business
Next start August 2019
Earning your Associate of Arts in General Business at Eastern Nazarene will help you to not only understand the fundamental business practices, but will equip you with the skills you need to build your career and prepare you for further academic studies.
With an Associate in General Business, you’ll be prepared to identify the concepts, theories and practices involved in effective business. Students within this program will also gain the skills and knowledge necessary to evaluate business opportunities and threats of a business plan, formulate multi-step strategies for problem solving, and communicate effectively.
Eastern Nazarene College offers you the opportunity to earn your degree in an affordable and flexible format, so you don’t have to put work, family or life on hold.
- One night a week
- 30 months to completion
- Cohort model of instruction
- 63 credits for completion
- $405 per credit
Studying for your degree at Eastern Nazarene ensures that you not only have the business skills necessary to move forward in your career and future, but also a wide range of knowledge necessary for moving forward in your education. From learning about leadership style to critical thinking, you’ll gain tools that will shape your future whether you’re continuing your degree or just starting your career.
Earning your Associate’s in Business at Eastern Nazarene mean’s you’ll understand the world of business without sacrificing morals and integrity. With classes and professors rooted deep in their faith, you’ll have the opportunity to earn your degree in an authentic community of business professionals.
Accounting I (3 credits)
Accounting II (3 credits)
Introduction to Business (3 credits)
Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)
Principles of Macroeconomincs (3 credits)
Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
Principles of Management (3 credits)
General Education Requirements:
Foundations for Lifelong Learning (2 credits)
English Composition I (3 credits)
English Composition II (3 credits)
Intro to Music (3 credits)
Environmental Science with Lab (4 credits)
Multicultural Relations (3 credits)
Cultural Perspectives Requirements:
Christian Tradition (3 credits)
The West in the World Since 1500 (3 credits)
Literature and Culture (3 credits)
Plus 12 credits of general electives