Students majoring in Business Administration at Guttman Community College will graduate with enhanced analytical skills and knowledge of accounting, economics, business law, and ethical business behavior.

In the Introduction to Business course, you will explore the different functional areas of business, including finance, marketing, operations and international business. In Introduction to Management Information Systems, you will learn how use technology to solve business problems and make business decisions.

Our math requirements are designed to make sure that you graduate with proficiency in precalculus. If you are continuing for a bachelor’s degree, especially at a competitive school, such as Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, we would strongly recommend that you take a calculus course at Guttman.

The Liberal Arts and Science and Business courses lead up to a course called Contemporary Economic Issues in which you will apply your critical thinking, writing and numeracy skills to analyze a real-world business and recommend a course of action for it; you will also reflect on your learning over the course of your program and relate it to your academic and career plans.

You will need 60 credits to complete your associate’s degree in Business Administration from Guttman Community College. Here are the classes you will be taking: