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Business Degrees

Motlow offers two types of Business degrees. Each prepares you for a career in marketing, finance, management, banking, human resources, and other business-related fields.

New programs like Entrepreneurship, Customer Service, and Supply Chain Management teach graduates the skills needed for high-wage high-demand occupations. 

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Associate of Science

The Business Administration Associate of Science degree program prepares you for successful transfer to a college or university. Consider this program when planning to transfer to a university through the Tennessee Transfer Pathway.

Associate of Applied Science

The Associate of Applied Science in Business features multiple concentration options and prepares you for employment in the workforce after completing the two-year program.

Practical Experience

The Business core curriculum teaches

  • Business concepts and terminology
  • Management concepts and human resources utilization
  • Accounting systems applicable to business ownership
  • Fundamental macroeconomics, microeconomics, and economic applications
  • Computer hardware and software applications
  • Mathematical concepts for business-related problem solving and analysis and presentation of data
  • Principles of written business communications
  • Legal aspects of a business environment
  • Business concepts and operations in a global environment

In addition to core curriculum, the Business path introduces

  • Basic principles of accounting
  • Secondary accounting principles with emphasis on partnership and corporate entity accounting, manufacturing cost systems, and financial statement analysis
  • Study of microcomputer applications including their uses, capabilities, and limitations
  • Using spreadsheet applications used to identify business and accounting problems and organize accounting data
  • Basic statistical theories, concepts, methods, and techniques, and their applications in business

You will engage in the learning process through

  • Critical thinking
  • In-depth research and analysis
  • Interaction with students and instructors
  • Exposure to fascinating coursework, lectures, and classroom interaction
  • Independent study designed to allow exploration of a specific facet of business that interests you
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