Associate of Arts (A.A.) Business Administration

Faculty and Program Director

Adriane Champagne, Program Director
Madison Monroe Educational Building, Office 207
(409) 984-6416
champagneam@lamarpa.edu

Sheila Guillot, Instructor
Umphrey Industrial Technology Center, Office 201B
(409) 984-6381
guillsr@lamarpa.edu

Sarita Medhekar, Instructor
Madison Monroe Educational Building, Office 114
(409) 984-6390
medhekarsv@lamarpa.edu or
softwaredeveloper@lamarpa.edu

Tamalla Jones, Adjunct Instructor
Umphrey Industrial Technology Center, Office 201A
(409) 984-6418
Greentd1@lamarpa.edu

Dr. Nancy Stretcher, Adjunct Instructor
Umphrey Industrial Technology Center, Office 201A
(409) 984-6418
cammac@lamarpa.edu

Isaac Barbosa, Adjunct Instructor
Umphrey Industrial Technology Center, Office 201A
(409) 984-6418
barbosai@lamarpa.edu

Angela Clark, Adjunct Instructor
Umphrey Industrial Technology Center, Office 201A
(409) 984-6418
clarkat@lamarpa.edu

Program Description

The Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration curriculum is designed for students who plan to pursue a bachelor of Business Administration degree. The curriculum parallels the first two years of study in business administration at state-supported colleges and universities in Texas and follows the field-of-study curriculum prescribed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

Business Administration Associate of Arts Recommended Program of Study

Course

Title

SCH

First Year
Fall Semester

ACCT 2301

Principles of Financial Accounting

3

 

Creative Arts

3

EDUC 1100
or PSYC 1100

Learning Framework

1

ENGL 1301

English Composition

3

HIST 1301

United State History I

3

Spring Semester

ACCT 2302

Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

BUSI 1301

Business Principles

3

ENGL 1302

English Composition II

3

BCIS 1305
or COSC 1301

Business Computer Applications or
Microcomputer Applications

3

 

Lab Science

4

Second Year
Fall Semester

ECON 2302

Principles of Microeconomics

3

GOVT 2305

Federal Government (Federal constitution & topics)

3

 

Lab Science

4

MATH 1314

College Algebra

3

SPCH 1315

Public Speaking

3

Spring Semester

ECON 2301

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

GOVT 2306

Texas Government (Texas constitution & topics)

3

HIST 1302

United States History II

3

 

Language, Philosophy, & Culture

3

MATH 1325

Calculus for Business & Social Sciences

3

Total

60

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