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ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE IN BUSINESS

The Associate in Science in Business degree program at USC Lancaster provides educational opportunities that will prepare students for careers in business and industry as well as meet the preliminary requirements that transfer into the four-year Integrated Information Technology offered at the University of South Carolina Columbia Campus.

   CURRICULA FOR STUDENTS ENTERING USCL
  BEGINNING FALL 2009 and THEREAFTER

Associate in Science in Business Degree Curriculum (2012)

 

 

 

(See also the USC Columbia Integrated Information Technology advisement check sheet [requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.])

   CURRICULA FOR STUDENTS WHO ENTERED USCL
  PRIOR TO FALL 2009

Associate in Science in Business Degree Curriculum (pre-Fall 2009)

Below is USC Lancaster's advisement checksheet for students in the Associate in Science in Business program, who entered USCL prior to Fall 2009. 

I. General Education Requirements

Grade

A. Humanities & Social Studies

 

ENGL 101

 

ENGL 102

 

HIST 111 OR 112, POLI 201

 

PSYC or SOCY

 

SPCH 140 Public Speaking

 

ECON 224 Principles of Economics

 

One course from Fine Arts

 

B. Mathematics & Science

 

MATH 122*, OR CSCE 102, OR PHIL 110, OR STAT 110, OR STAT 201
(*Math 122 is required for most four year degrees. Consult your advisor.)

 

II. Related Area Courses

 

ACCT 225 Fundamentals of Accounting I

 

TSTM 240 Business Law or ACCT 324 Survey of Commercial Law

 

PHIL 324 Business Ethics or FINA 369 Personal Finance

 

MGMT 371 Principles of Management or RETL 344 Personnel Org. & Supervision

 

III. Professional Concentration Courses 

 

TSTM143 Advanced Business Document Preparation

 

TSTM 164 Introduction to Office Automation

 

TSTM 342 Business Communications

 

TSTM 270 Records Control

 

MGSC 290 Computer Information Systems in Business or TSTM 264 Computer Applications in Business

 

IV. Electives

 

3 Electives from the following (approved by advisor)

 

TSTM 243 Word Processing Concepts and Technology

 

TSTM 338 Integrated Document Production

 

TSTM 347 Advanced Office Procedures

 

RETL 351 Small Business Organization and Operation

 

UNIV 101B The Student in the University

 

MGSC 291 Probability and Statistics

 

MKTG 350 Principles of Marketing

 

RCAM 141 Introduction to Computer Keyboarding

 

RCAM 142 Business Document Preparation

 
CSCE 101 Introduction to Computer Concepts  
ACCT 226 Introduction to Managerial Accounting  

Foreign Language

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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