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The curriculum is designed for individuals who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree program in business administration with a major in accounting, business management, decision science and management, information systems, finance, marketing, etc. Students will gain essential verbal and written communication skills through writing practices and speeches. Additionally, students will learn to analyze basic business data and apply basic accounting techniques to interpret the health of a business.

Program Details

Courses offered within the program include Accounting, Economics, Business Communication, and Statistical Analysis as well as the General Education requirements. Students will gain essential verbal and written communication skills through writing practices and speeches. Additionally, students will learn to analyze basic business data and apply basic accounting techniques to interpret the health of a business. Students who will pursue a bachelor's degree upon completion of the Associate’s degree at NOVA should choose the Associate of Science in Business Administration degree.

Transfer Opportunities

In order to learn more about possible transfer opportunities associated with this program of study please visit here. Students interested in transferring should contact an advisor or counselor to further discuss their plans.

Credit for Prior Learning

Credit for prior learning (CPL) generally refers to the process of granting college credit for learning gained in nontraditional ways, including but not limited to: certifications, AP or IB exams, military training, or life experience. For a list of CPL-eligible courses, see the Credit for Prior Learning Manual.

Program Degrees and Certificates

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Career Prospects

Graduates of the Business Administration AS degree may find employment in management, sales, supervision, banking, business anlytics, marketing, human resources, accounting, finance, and management information systems.

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