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Part-Time Pathway to Success School of Business and Transportation

Business Management (10-102-3)

Associate of Applied Science Effective 2020/2021

The course sequence shown on this sheet is the recommended path to completion. Courses will be scheduled in the terms indicated here. All courses should be taken in the order shown to help you stay on track and graduate according to your academic plan.

Term 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3

3

4

4 4

5 5 5 6

6 7

7 8 8

E-E = Elkhorn/days, K-E = Kenosha/evenings, K-D = Kenosha/days, R-D = Racine/days, O = Online, F=Fall, S=Spring, SU=Summer

Course # Cr.

Course Title

Requisites

(prereq- before/ coreq-with)

E-D

K-E

K-D

R-D

O

890-155 1

Gateway to Success (G2S)

801-136 3 English Composition 11,3

*102-137 3 Intro to Business3

804-135 3 Quantitative Reasoning1

Prereq: 831-103 OR 831-107 Prereq: 834-109

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

*104-101 3 Marketing Principles3 *104-104 3 Selling Principles 809-172 3 Diversity Studies, Introduction to1

Prereq: 838-105 OR 831-107

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

809-195

Economics1

OR 3 OR

809-143

Microeconomics3

801-196

Oral/Interpersonal Communication

OR 3 OR

801-198

Speech

Prereq: 838-105 OR 831-107

SU

SU

SU

SU F/S/SU

SU

SU

SU

SU F/S/SU

*101-114 4 Accounting Principles3

OR

OR

(*101-112 (3 (Accounting for Business

AND

AND

*103-103) 1) Excel II)

*103-143 3 Computers for Professionals3

*105-106

Business Communications

OR 3 OR

*801-197

Technical Reporting

Prereq: 801-136 Prereq: 801-136

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

*102-160 3

Business Law3

*104-105 3 Promotion Principles

*102-121 3

Credit Management

Prereq: 804-135; 801-136

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

*102-186

Business Management Internship

OR 3 OR

*806-112

Principles of Sustainability1

809-198 3 Psychology, Introduction to1,2,3

Prereq: Instructor Consent

Prereq: 838-105 OR 831-107 Prereq: 838-105 OR 831-107

SU

SU

SU

SU F/S/SU

SU

SU

SU

SU F/S/SU

*196-190

Leadership Development1,3

OR 3 OR

*809-166

Ethics Theory & Applications, Intro

*196-191 3 Supervision3

Prereq: 838-105 OR 831-107

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

F

F

F

F

F/S/SU

*102-196 4 Business Decision Management

Prereq: 101-114; 104-101 OR

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

101-112; 103-103; 104-101

XXX-XXX 3 Elective Course

Take 3 credits at the associate

S

S

S

S

F/S/SU

degree level. Suggested electives

listed on back.

Minimum Program Total Credits Required: 63

Notes associated with courses (identified by a superscript number at the end of the course title) are located on the back of the sheet. Mastery of this course will put students on a path to achieve successful degree completion, on-time graduation, and enrich the college

experience. Students are required to take this course in their first semester of enrollment. Please see an advisor for details. = Milestone Course. Faculty have identified this course as providing a strong foundation for success throughout the program.

(*) indicates students must achieve a combined average of 2.0 ("C") or above for these major courses to meet graduation requirements.

Business Management (10-102-3)

Business Management is designed to provide a broad background in management theory, human resource management and behavior, accounting, marketing, and business decision making. Students learn how to effectively plan, organize, direct, and evaluate business functions essential to efficient and productive business organizations. Graduates will have the business knowledge and skills to prepare them for a management trainee, assistant, manager, or team leader position in a wide cross-section of business, government, and notfor-profit sectors of our economy.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates will be able to: 1. Plan the operations of a business. 2. Organize resources to achieve the goals of the organization. 3. Direct individuals and/or processes to meet organizational goals. 4. Control business processes.

Essential Career Competencies

Gateway's six essential career competencies are the general

attitudes and skills promoted and assessed by all programs. All

Gateway graduates will develop skills in:

Communication

Critical Thinking and

Competence

Problem Solving

Professionalism and Teamwork and

Career Management

Collaboration

Cultural Competence Technology Competence

Admission Requirements 1. Students must submit an application and pay $30 fee. 2. Students must meet one of the following: minimum high school

GPA of 2.6, minimum college GPA of 2.0, or complete valid reading, writing, and math placement assessments.

Graduation Requirements Minimum 63 credits with an average of 2.0 or above. *Average of 2.0 ("C") or above for these major courses. Complete 890-155 Gateway to Success (G2S) in the first

semester. For a complete list of Graduation Requirements, check the Student Handbook or Graduation Requirements.

Suggested Electives 104-194 International Marketing

196-189 Team Building/Problem Solving

196-193 Human Resource Management 809-143 Microeconomics

Notes 1. A satisfactory placement test score (or successful remediation) is

required prior to enrollment. See an advisor for details. 2. Transfer credits in Social Science may substitute for this course.

See an advisor for details. 3. A credit for prior learning assessment is available for this course.

For more information, please contact cfpl@gtc.edu.

Accreditation Statement Gateway Technical College's Business Management program is fully accredited and in good standing with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and programs [].

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) 11520 West 119th Street Overland Park, KS 66213 Phone: (913) 339-9356

Gateway Technical College reserves the right to modify curriculum requirements for students who interrupt enrollment for a period of two years or take over seven years to complete. Tuition and material fees are determined by the board of the Wisconsin Technical College System. Consult My Gateway for exact fee amounts. Occasionally, the District may offer a particular course out of published sequence. By doing so, the District does not obligate itself to offer succeeding courses out of published sequence.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND EDUCATOR/EMPLEADOR Y EDUCADOR QUE OFRECE IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES

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