Employers often list good written and oral communication skills, the ability to analyze and solve problems, facility in mathematics and a knowledge of one's historical and cultural background as necessary for success in most fields. The business administration major offers students this combination of a liberal arts background and a solid foundation in business.
Students graduating with an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration find a variety of opportunities open to them. They will have the general business background that enables them to find an entry-level job. Many of Midway's Business Administration majors choose this option.
Students wishing to continue at Midway to earn a bachelor's degree in business administration will find an almost exact articulation between the associate and baccalaureate degrees in business.
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|General Education Requirements||25|
|Business Administration Requirements*||30|
|Principles of Accounting I (BA 210)||3|
|Principles of Accounting II (BA 215)||3|
|Principles of Microeconomics (BA 217)||3|
|Principles of Macroeconomics (BA 220)||3|
|Leadership in Organizational Behavior (BA 305)||3|
|Business and Organizational Communication (BA 313)||3|
|Principles of Marketing (BA 320)||3|
|Managerial Finance (BA 321)||3|
|Principles of Management (BA 330)||3|
|Advanced Applications (CS 235)||3|