Marketing - Certificate of Achievement Level 2
The Business Department offers Associate in Science degrees and certificate programs in three major areas: Entrepreneurship, Management, and Marketing. The degree programs require a total of 60 units; of which, 24 units are selected from General Education areas and the remaining 36 units are selected from a business major concentration. Several levels of certificates are available in each of the three areas of concentration. The certificate programs can be completed without the requirements of General Education. A “C” grade or better is required in all degree and certificate major and major elective courses.
The business programs are designed for students who are planning to begin a business career, preparing to assume positions of responsibility, or planning to operate their own businesses.
In a competitive business environment today, technology comes and goes; however, one skill remains constant—the ability to market. This program is designed for those students who are interested in pursuing a career in one of the most exciting careers in existence. Completion of this program will prepare students to seek employment in marketing and sales in a variety of domestic and international businesses including hi-tech, retail, advertising, and consumer or industrial products. Career options could include: Marketing Assistant, Assistant Product Researcher or Retail Sales.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Identify the purpose of business and its functional objectives.
- Explain fundamental business structure and basic organizational responsibilities.
- Apply an understanding and working knowledge of basic business terminologies.
- Demonstrate familiarity with basic elements of managing a small business or its components.
- Describe various business functions in order to prepare for employment in business or to prepare for advancement into upper division course work.
- Interpret and communicate findings of financial information for management, investors, clients, stakeholders, and other interested users.
- Demonstrate the basic applications of presentation, advertising, and promotion which emphasize integrated marketing communication to a diverse audience.
- Practice effective written and oral skills in explaining solutions to practical business problems.
- Provide an intelligent interpretation of and show a proper use of business statements.
- Explain how legal concepts are sustained by the various laws and regulations affecting business, managers, employees, investors, customers, and suppliers.
- Identify key issues, research relevant data, and show evidence of analytical thinking about possible solution for business opportunities and problems.
- Demonstrate the ability to work and interact effectively with individuals of differing interests, genders, orientations, backgrounds, professions and laws in a global environment.
- Examine the impacts of solutions to economic, ethical, and legal dilemmas presented with working in the international marketplace.
- Explain the importance of the practice high ethical standards in all contacts with various stakeholders by all members of the business community.
- Demonstrate how to develop, recognize, and practice high ethical standards in all contacts with various stakeholders which maintain equity and implement fair business practices.
- Analyze the inter-relationship of legal, ethical, social, and philanthropic efforts of a business as it relates to the business products, services and activities.
- Collect, classify, and record data used to create intelligent information for business decision making.
- Show familiarity with applications of technology in the communication and marketing of business products or services.
- Create and produce documentable solutions to business problems and challenges.
- Prepare reports and papers consistent with the goals and objectives of marketing communication in a proper format
|ACCTG 020||Financial Accounting||3-5|
|or ACCTG 101||Bookkeeping for Small Business|
|BUS 071||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS 082||Introduction to Business||3|
|BUS 112||Advertising, Promotion, and Sales||3|
|BUS 120||Marketing Principles||3|
|CIS 041||Introduction to Computer Information Systems||3|