(CIP Code: 52.0201)
Blinn College’s Applied Business Program provides a supportive learning environment through in-depth instruction and an innovative use of classroom technology. The curriculum prepares students for various careers in accounting, business, and management with an applied and practical approach.
Every business, organization, and group needs effective leaders to plan, organize, lead, and control the many activities that affect business today. The Business Administration and Management degree provides student with the latest management techniques and skills. It is designed for students seeking first-line management positions as well as those students looking to update their talents.
The Small Business Management awards provide students an in-depth understanding of how to start and operate a small business. Students will learn to prepare a business plan, raise capital, accounting strategies, cash flow requirement, human resources, and marketing. Graduates will be well qualified for career opportunities in entrepreneurship, management, and related fields.
Accounting is the language of business. It translates and communicates the movement of resources throughout business systems. Accounting measures the performance and status of the organization by analyzing, classifying, recording, reporting and interpreting each transaction using acceptable accounting practices and procedures. Without accurate and timely accounting, management of the organization is virtually impossible.
Hospitality Management offers students a basic background in hotel, restaurant, and event operations which are fundamental to all aspects of the hospitality industry.
More information is available online through the Applied Business Program website. Applied Sciences award plans.