Degree Overviews

Associate degrees offered are:
Business Administration and Management
Computer Programming and Problem Analysis
Hospitality and Casino Management


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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE

The Business Administration and Management Associate in Science degree program is designed to provide a broad foundation of knowledge and skills necessary for students seeking entry-level employment in various business fields, and for those presently employed in business and desiring advancement.

The degree consists of 21 credit hours of general education requirements, 30 credit hours of degree requirements, and 9 credit hours of business or related subject electives.

In addition to passing the specified courses, in order to receive the degree, the student must take and pass the CLAST test.

PROGRAM PREREQUISITES: NONE

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS- 21 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

SL 101 Success Strategies for College Life
EN 101 Communications I
EN 102 Communications II
MT 105 College Algebra
HU 102 Humanities
SP 100 Fundamentals of Speech Communications
EC 201 Principles of Economics

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DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS- 30 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

AC 101 Financial Accounting
AC 102 Microcomputer Accounting Applications
CG 200 Microcomputers Applications
MT 103 Business Mathematics
MA 201 Management Principles
FI 200 Personal Finance
GE 101 Introduction to Business
BU 241 Business Law
MK 201 Marketing Principles
SLS 131 Personal Business Skills

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ELECTIVES- 9 Credit Hours Required (Each course equals 3 credit hours):

AC 202 Managerial Accounting
AC 210 Intermediate Accounting
CO 200 Java Programming
GE 230 Ethics and Social Responsibility
CO 132 Visual Basic Programming
CG 232 Intro. to Relational Databases w/ Microsoft Access
MA 202 Human Resource Management
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60 Credit Hours TOTAL


When an application for admission into Redding College is received, the student will be contacted by an advisor.

To speak with an advisor prior to submitting an application call 561-283-0355. To receive further information about Redding College, email us by clicking here.


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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM ANALYSIS
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE

This program is designed to provide a broad foundation of knowledge and skills necessary for students seeking entry-level employment in the various fields requiring computer programming skills.

The degree consists of 21 credit hours of general education requirements, 30 credit hours of degree requirements, and 9 credit hours of business or related subject electives.

In addition to passing the specified courses, in order to receive the degree, the student must take and pass the CLAST test.

PROGRAM PREREQUISITES: NONE

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS- 21 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

SL 101 Success Strategies for College Life
EN 101 Communications I
EN 102 Communications II
MT 105 College Algebra
HU 102 Humanities
SP 100 Fundamentals of Speech Communications
EC 201 Principles of Economics

(to view course descriptions click here)

DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS- 30 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

AC 101 Financial Accounting
AC 102 Microcomputer Accounting Applications
CG 100 Networking Essentials
CG 200 Microcomputers Applications
CG 232 Intro to Relational Databases w/MS Access
MT 103 Business Mathematics
GE 101 Introduction to Business
CO 200 Java Programming
CO 201 Programming with C++
CO 132 Visual Basic Programming

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ELECTIVES- 9 Credit Hours Required (Each course equals 3 credit hours):

AC 202 Managerial Accounting
AC 210 Intermediate Accounting
MK 201 Marketing Principles
GE 230 Ethics and Social Responsibility
MA 201 Business Management Principles
MA 202 Human Resource Management
SL 131 Personal Business Skills
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60 Credit Hours TOTAL


When an application for admission into Redding College is received, the student will be contacted by an advisor.

To speak with an advisor prior to submitting an application call 561-283-0355. To receive further information about Redding College, email us by clicking here.


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HOSPITALITY AND CASINO MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE

This degree program is designed to provide a broad foundation of knowledge and skills necessary for students seeking entry-level employment in the hospitality industry including hotel, motel, food service, and convention management with an emphasis on the casino industry.

The degree consists of 21 credit hours of general education requirements, 33 credit hours of degree requirements, and 6 credit hours of business or related subject electives.

In addition to passing the specified courses, in order to receive the degree, the student must take and pass the CLAST test.

PROGRAM PREREQUISITES: NONE

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS- 21 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

SL 101 Success Strategies for College Life
EN 101 Communications I
EN 102 Communications II
MT 105 College Algebra
HU 102 Humanities
SP 100 Fundamentals of Speech Communications
EC 201 Principles of Economics

(to view course descriptions click here)

DEGREE CORE REQUIREMENTS- 33 Credit Hours (Each course equals 3 credit hours)

AC 101 Financial Accounting
HM 100 Hospitality Industry Introduction
CG 200 Microcomputers Applications
HM 125 Introduction to Casino Management
MA 201 Management Principles
HM 150 Hospitality Mangerial Accounting
HM 280 Casino Cage Accounting
HM 230 Hospitality Supervision
BU 243 Hospitality Law
HM 290 Hospitality Internship
HM 210 Hospitality Sales and Marketing

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ELECTIVES- 6 Credit Hours Required (Each course equals 3 credit hours):

HM 250 Convention Management Services
HM 270 tourism
GE 230 Ethics and Social Responsibility
MA 202 Human Resource Management
MA 201 Business Management Principles
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60 Credit Hours TOTAL


When an application for admission into Redding College is received, the student will be contacted by an advisor.

To speak with an advisor prior to submitting an application call 561-283-0355. To receive further information about Redding College, email us by clicking here.


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