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Associate of Arts Degree - Business Administration


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The Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration from California InterContinental University provides the foundation and skills necessary for entry in the various fields of business and as business owners. The attainment of an Associate's Degree meets the needs of adult students before they embark on a professional program or higher degree levels. An Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration will enable students to demonstrate sound understanding of business concepts, design effective and sustainable business and strategic plans with an understanding of social, ethical and legal issues in business management. The AABA is also an important milestone for students' educational goals.


Program Competencies and Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in English and Communication skills; participate in team work, display positive attitudes in human relationships in a multicultural and diverse business environment.
  • Use their knowledge and skills in modern management practices technology so they can be supportive of business operations and assume leadership roles.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of theory and application related to business environment.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of professional ethics that apply to personal and business decisions.
  • Have basic skills and knowledge of computers and apply the tools with confidence.
  • Possess the skills to perform internet marketing.
  • Demonstrate the ability to review financial statements and its impact on business operations.

Degree Requirements:

To receive an Associate of Arts in Business Administration, students must complete at least 60 semester units to include a minimum of 30 units of General Education requirements, and 30 units of Business Administration courses. Occupational opportunities and advancement may require

additional work experience and training.



  • ACC 222 Financial Accounting
  • BUS 201 Business and Society
  • BUS 214 Business Statistics
  • BUS 215 Business Communication
  • ECO 215 Survey of Economics
  • ECO 220 Macroeconomics
  • FIN 224 Principles of Financial Management
  • IST 221 Fundamentals of Computing
  • MGT 251 Organizational Behavior
  • MKT 226 Principles of Marketing