Business is one of the most popular fields of study in college.  Business graduates are in high demand, and business touches upon just about every aspect of society. An AS in Business Management from Lakes Region Community College will prepare students for entry-level jobs upon graduation, or transfer to a four-year college.  Students will be exposed to a variety of business topics, including entrepreneurship, management, marketing, international business, project management, human resources, and finance.  The diversity of classes gives students an opportunity to explore several different areas of business, where they will gain a solid foundation in each.

Potential Jobs/Careers

  • Human Resources Officer
  • Retail Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Sales Executive
  • Insurance Agent
  • Banker
  • Realtor

First Year
Fall Semester

Course NumberTitleLectureLabCredits
ACCT131LAccounting I303
BUS130LIntroduction to Business303
CIS132LSoftware Applications324
ENGL100LEnglish Composition404
ESNT120LCollege Essentials101

First Year
Spring Semester

Course NumberTitleLectureLabCredits
ACCT132LAccounting II303
BUS260LPrinciples of Marketing303
ENGL124LBusiness Communications303
 Mathematics Elective303

Second Year
Fall Semester

Course NumberTitleLectureLabCredits
BUS231LPrinciples of Management303
BUS135LSmall Business Management303
BUS240LIntroduction to Project Management303
 Business Elective303
 Science Elective303

Second Year
Spring Semester

Course NumberTitleLectureLabCredits
BUS238LBusiness Law I303
BUS252LIntroduction to International Business303
 Business Elective303
 Humanities/Fine Arts/Foreign Language Elective303
 Social Science Elective303

Total Credits: 60

Students completing the program will be able to:

  • Have a strong command of the English language, including written and oral communications
  • Have the mental and physical ability to work in groups and give oral presentations
  • Demonstrate reading comprehension skills appropriate for a college level class
  • Demonstrate arithmetic and computation skills
  • Demonstrate problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Work with members of the public in a professional, ethical, and courteous manner
  • Demonstrate understanding of basic accounting, finance, and budgeting principles
  • Be comfortable using computers and computer application software
  • Demonstrate competencies in fundamental areas of business accounting, entrepreneurship, management, marketing, human resources, computers/technology, economics, business law, international business, and project management


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Program Contacts

Carlene Rose


Scott Maltzie