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Associate of Applied Business in
Business Management

The Associate of Applied Business in Business Management provides foundational skills in the areas of business management, accounting, business law, and quantitative reasoning with potential concentrations in business management, human resource management, marketing, entrepreneurship, or accounting. The program is designed for students who seek to acquire complete framework in entry-level business concepts. Learners will acquire the skills and knowledge applicable to the business professions.

Curriculum

Courses

Government 101 | 3:00

This course provides an overview and exploration of the organization of American government, which includes an overview of the historical significance of the Constitution; the Bill of Rights; Congress; the Supreme Court; the Presidency; political parties and interest groups. This course is an introduction to political science.

Business Ethics | 3:00

This course is rooted in sound business ethical practice and its importance. Understanding social responsibility, this course provides analysis of ethical decision making from a management perspective as well as an individual perspective.

Introduction to Business Law | 3:00

Business legal structure is the foundation of its operations and much more. This course explores partnerships, types of legal entities, and the relevance of each type. Students learn the procedures followed in setting up a corporation. This course also provides the entry-level legal language of business.

Math 101 | 3:00

This course is a basic review of mathematical and quantitative skills, including terminology, checking accounts, taxes, payroll, step-by-step approaches. This assists in developing math skills used in personal and business applications.

English 101 | 3:00

This introductory course explores the writing skills to include mechanics, effective writing, organization, and essays. The course ends with a final paper where students demonstrate their newly acquired writing skills.

Entrepreneurship | 3:00

This course focuses on the early development of independent ventures as well as those within established organizations. Individual and organizational level issues will be addressed. Entrepreneurial thinking will explore the thought processes that challenge existing norms and pave the way for novel solutions to problems in any field.

Human Resources Management | 3:00

This course is an introduction to the human resources field and its key elements. The course outlines the roles and functions of members of the human resources department, as well as educating others outside human resources, in how their roles include human resources-related activities.

Communication 101 | 3:00

This course focuses on the principles of communication to include oral and written language. Students learn the significance of culture and other factors and how they relate to communication.

Introduction to Business | 3:00

This course in the introduction to the business arena. Students learn the fundamentals of organizations and procedures to become acquainted with management principles, business terminology, types of business organizations and their control.

Principles of Biology | 3:00

This course is designed to introduce biology at an entry level by examining the hierarchy that ranges from the fundamentals of cell biology to the physiology of organisms, and the interactions among those organisms in their environment

Introduction to Psychology | 3:00

This course presents the theories and principles of modern psychology. Students learn about the different branches of psychology and the practical application of psychological tenets to functional behavior.

Marketing Principles | 3:00

This course is designed to introduce you to the basic principles of marketing. It focuses on distribution, financing, marketing information systems, pricing, product/service management, promotions, and selling using common marketing practices we well as exploration of the industry.

Microeconomics | 3:00

This is a survey course in the theory and application of microeconomics. The course topics focus on microeconomic issues and problems, such as competition and monopoly, pricing, consumer demand, and producer supply. The course develops a theoretical framework for microeconomic analysis and applies this theory to practical domestic and international economic policy problems.

Operations Management | 3:00

Operations Management is the science and art of ensuring that goods and services are created and delivered successfully to customers. Students learn about management styles and how they impact operations. Highlighting key concepts and functions, students learn how to analyze their management style and implement it into their future management roles.

Organizational Behavior | 3:00

This course explores human behavior in organizations using psychology and sociology principles. The content discusses the implications of human behavior for business organizations. Issues pursued in this course include group dynamics, communications, motivation, leadership, and decision making as well as organizational design, culture, development, and change. The discipline of Organizational Behavior is unique in its combined goals of seeking organizational success while advocating employee empowerment.

Customer Service and Sales | 3:00

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic terminology, concepts, and practices customer service and sales. Students learn the fundamental of sales and the key elements of customer service.

Principles of Business Accounting I | 3:00

This course is an introduction to the preparation and analysis of business financial statements. Specific topics include the accounting model, general purpose financial statements and accounting for assets, liabilities, and equity.

Principles of Business Accounting II | 3:00

This course is a continuation of Principles of Business Accounting I and an introduction to the use of accounting information for management in business decision making. Specific topics include determining cash flows, international accounting, product costing, budgeting, and other concepts of management accounting.

Principles of Management | 3:00

This is the introductory course in management. The course is designed to provide students an overview of the management function and its role in organizations and society.

Speech 101 | 3:00

This course is designed as an introduction to the study of the human communication process with an emphasis on effective public communication. The course includes intensive practice in public speaking, reasoning, critical thinking, and critical listening. It is an essential general education course teaching effective use and understanding of written and spoken forms of communication.

Human Relations | 3:00

This course is an in-depth analysis of human behavior and relationships. Learners with define human relations relating it to their future potential career fields as well as apply knowledge to real-life HR case studies.

Introduction to Employment Law | 3:00

Business legal structure is the foundation of its operations and much more. This course explores the intricacies of the US legal system specific to employment lay. Students learn the key elements to employment law and how to engage in legal practice within human resource management.

Compensation and Benefits | 3:00

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles of employer compensation and benefits. It focuses on how employers navigate the intricacies of finding, deploying, and managing compensation and benefits

Human Resources Management | 3:00

This course is an introduction to the human resources field and its key elements. The course outlines the roles and functions of members of the human resources department, as well as educating others outside human resources, in how their roles include human resources-related activities.

Training and Development | 3:00

This is a survey course in the theory and application of employer training and development. The course topics focus on training issues and problems, pricing, learning management, and development theories. The course develops a theoretical framework for training and development analysis.

Compensation Management | 3:00

Compensation Management is the science and art of ensuring that compensation is relevant, on-time, and within the legal and ethical practices set forth by regulators. Students learn about compensation management and how it impacts operations.

Human Resource Finance | 3:00

This course is a continuation of accounting exploration and quantitative reasoning specific to the human resources profession. The course provides learners with the skills necessary to make intelligent financial decisions specific to human resource departments with sample budgets.

Employment Ecosystem in America | 3:00

This course is a culmination of all Infinity College Human Resources courses. Students will learn compile their knowledge via a final project and learn about how their potential future careers will shape. Students learn how to navigate the corporate employment ecosystem.

Human Resource Ethics | 3:00

This course is rooted in sound business and human resource ethical practice and its importance. Understanding social responsibility, this course provides analysis of ethical decision making from a management perspective as well as an individual perspective, specific to the Human Resources

Principles of Tax Accounting I | 3:00

This course is the introduction to taxation as it applies to small business and individual taxpayers. Topics include an overview of the political, economic, and social forces influencing federal income taxation and the role of taxation in personal decisions.

Principles of Tax Accounting II | 3:00

This course builds upon the foundational knowledge explored in Principles of Tax Accounting I. Topics covered include federal tax system and formations, organizations, and reorganizations. This course finishes with business taxation, planning, and research.

Financial Statement Development and Analysis | 3:00

Financial Statement and Analysis is the science and art of building and projecting budgeting tools and cash flow management. Students learn about financial business styles and how they impact operations.

Accounting Ecosystem in America | 3:00

This course is a culmination of all Infinity College Accounting courses. Students will learn compile their knowledge via a final project and learn about how their potential future careers will shape. Students learn how to navigate the accounting ecosystem.

Principles of Entrepreneurship | 3:00

This course focuses on the introductory analyses of entrepreneurship defining the subset of business. This course also focuses on early development of independent ventures as well as those within established organizations. Entrepreneurial thinking will explore the thought processes that challenge existing norms and pave the way for novel solutions to problems in any field.

Business Behavior | 3:00

This course explores businesses, their structure, and how they behave in our free market system. Human behavior in organizations using psychology and sociology principles is also explored. The content discusses the implications business behavior as well as human behavior. Issues pursued in this course include group dynamics, communications, motivation, leadership, and decision making as well as organizational design, culture, development, and change.

Business Ownership | 3:00

This course is a survey of business ownership focusing on the structures, leadership styles, and nuances of building and operating businesses. The culminating project is a business plan with a presentation.

Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in America | 3:00

This course is a culmination of all Infinity College Entrepreneurship courses. Students will learn compile their knowledge via a final project and learn about how their potential future careers will shape. Students learn how to navigate the entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Introduction to Marketing | 3:00

This course is an introduction to marketing and fitting it into business and professional spaces. Students will explore the various types of marketing as well as learn entry-level skills essential to navigate a marketing education.

Marketing Communication and Language | 3:00

Understanding marketing language and communication is the essential element of its operations and much more. This course explores the intricacies of the marketing and the language used in the profession. Students learn the key elements to of marketing as well.

Marketing Ecosystem in America | 3:00

This course is a culmination of all Infinity College Marketing courses. Students will learn compile their knowledge via a final project and learn about how their potential future careers will shape. Students learn how to navigate the corporate marketing ecosystem.

Consumer Behavior | 3:00

This is a survey course in the theory and application of consumer behavior as it relates to US marketing. The course topics focus on consumer behavior, consumer issues, pricing, and development relationships. The course develops a theoretical framework for consumerism.

Professional Selling | 3:00

Professional Selling is the science and art of ensuring that both the consumer and the seller are benefitting. In this course, students learn the art of communication and the importance of listening to make a sale.

Advanced Marketing Communications | 3:00

This course is an in-depth analysis of human behavior and relationships and how they relate to marketing. Learners with synthesize marketing research and communications research to define and explore the importance of communication specific to the marketing profession.

Tuition Costs

Total Degree Cost
(without transfer credits ):

Total Fees: $1,700

*We do have the ability to add another fee if you want to include a laptop with the tuition*

Accreditation

⦁ Institutionally Accredited by: The Council on Occupational Education (COE) https://council.org/

Licensed by: The Louisiana Board of Regents

Associate of Applied Science in Healthcare Management

Graduates of the Associate of Applied Science in Healthcare Management are eligible to sit for two nationally recognized license exams.

National License Exam Options:

1. Certified Professional Coder (CPC)

a. The Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam is the conclusive step to attaining CPC certification—renowned throughout the world of healthcare as the gold standard for physician-based medical coding. By passing the CPC exam and earning the right to append the CPC acronym to your name, you become a healthcare business professional recognized for reliable mastery of professional-fee medical coding.

b. Average Salary Range: $45,176 to $51,840 (Bureau of Labor & Statistics, 2020)

1. Electronic Health Records Specialist Certification (CEHRS)

a. The security, completeness and accuracy of patient data are critical. The Electronic Health Records Specialist Certification (CEHRS) is often combined with other NHA credentials to expand an employee’s skill set, making them a valuable asset to their employers.

 b. Average Salary Range: $45,176 to $51,840 (Bureau of Labor & Statistics, 2020)