Business Management –Banking and Finance Option AAS C229

The courses listed below are part of the A.A.S. degree. While completing requirements for A.A.S. degree, a student can earn the short and advanced certificate.

  • A minimum of 62 hours is needed to apply for A.A.S. graduation.
  • A minimum of 32 hours for advanced certificate
  • A minimum of 20 hours for short certificate.

To be awarded the certificates and A.A.S. degree, students should contact Enrollment Services Graduation Office two terms before graduating at 205-856-7793 ([email protected]) or 205-856-7757.

Courses Required A.A.S C229

General Courses (24 hours)

  • ENG 101 English Composition I
  • SPH 107 Fundamentals of Public Speaking or
  • SPH 106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication
  • MTH Elective: * (A116) MTH 100 or MTH 116 or higher level math course
  • Lab Science Elective (ASCI): (astronomy, biology, chemistry, physical science, physics)
  • ECO 231 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECO 232 Principles of Microeconomics
  • Humanities and Fine Arts Elective: (AHUM) (art, humanities, religion, theatre, music philosophy, intermediate foreign language, literature)
  • PED/HED Elective

*Banking Option students must take MTH 100, not MTH 116.

Major Courses: (18 hours)

  • ACT 145 Basic Accounting Procedures or
  • BUS 241** Principles of Accounting I
  • BUS 146 Personal Finance
  • BUS 263 Legal and Social Environment of Business
  • BUS 285 Principles of Marketing
  • MST 111 Elements of Supervision
  • CIS 146 Microcomputer Applications

**Banking Option students must take BUS 241, not ACT 145.

Courses specific to each option.

Banking and Finance Courses (20 hours)

  • BFN 100 Principles of Banking
  • BFN 101 Law and Banking: Principles
  • BFN 102 Law and Banking: Applications
  • BFN 280 Real Estate Finance
  • BFN 205 Money and Banking
  • BUS 215  Business Communication
  • BUS 242 Principles of Accounting II
  • CIS 113 Spreadsheet Software Applications

Degree plan subject to change.  Please see current schedule and catalog online.

Meeting with an advisor is highly recommended.