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2019-20 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-20 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Transfer - BTCM.AS


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This curriculum meets the requirements for the MassTransfer A2B Pathway in Business.  (For more information about MassTransfer benefits, please visit www.stcc.edu/transfer.) The Mass Transfer A2B Business pathway was developed by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education in conjunction with the Massachusetts Community Colleges and four-year colleges and universities to provide a clear pathway for community college students to transfer to a Massachusetts four-year college or university.  The Business Transfer program is also preferred by four-year colleges and universities that hold AACSB accreditation and accepted by other four-year colleges and universities.  The program consists of the general education foundation, liberal arts, humanities, math, social science, science and a solid foundation of business courses.  Students will utilize computer applications in all business courses, develop critical thinking skills, and expand soft skills such as written and oral communication, collaboration and teamwork.  A student will be prepared to transfer to a four-year college or university.

It is strongly suggested that students complete math requirements early in their studies.

Please note that this program is a specially designed transfer program and not meant for all transfer students (see Business program - BUSN).  Students should consult their advisor or the college transfer counselor to determine which program meets their specific needs. 

Upon successful completion of requirements for this program, the degree of Associates in Science in Business Administration will be awarded.

Program Goals


The Business Transfer program will produce graduates who are:

  1. Eligible to transfer to a 4-year public university in Massachusetts under the requirements of the statewide MassTransfer A2B Pathway in Business.
  2. Assist in decision making, graduates can identify and interpret major concepts in business.
  3. Illustrate business communication techniques, by relating coursework to business presentation skills and teamwork assignments.

(BTCM.AS) Curriculum


Total: 16 credits


Total: 15 credits


Total: 16 credits


Total: 15 credits


Total (BTCM.AS) Curriculum Program Credits: 62


Notes:


  1. Humanities electives include art, college theater, foreign languages, music, speech, philosophy, and literature or business ethics (MGT-230  ).
  2. Any 200 level business department elective (ACC, BUS, ENT, FIN, LAW, MGT, MKT) will satisfy this requirement. Consult with your advisor.
    Recommended for UMass and MA colleges and universities: LAW-214  - Business Law Essentials and MGT-260  - Organizational Behavior.
    Recommended for WNEU: LAW 214  - Business Law Essentials
    Required for WNEU: MGT-260  - Organizational Behavior
    (STCC MGT-101  and MGT-260  equal WNEU MGT-101 and a General Elective because WNEU combines Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior into one course).
  3. ACC-106  can be substituted with ACC-101  and ACC-102 .

Transfer Notes:

Students Transferring to UMass Isenberg School of Management must achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0. All Accounting and Economics courses require a minimum grade of B-, and Calculus a minimum grade of C.

Recommendation: Students should complete math requirements early in their studies.

Department Personnel


Name Title Office Phone Email
Christina Atwater Associate Professor 02/230 413-755-4062 cratwater@stcc.edu
Rhoda Belemjian Professor 02/233 413-755-5706 rbelemjian@stcc.edu
Ann Gervais Professor/Department Chair 02/232 413-755-5705 apgervais@stcc.edu
Gail Olmsted Professor 02/238 413-755-5751 golmsted@stcc.edu
Anthony Rondinelli Associate Professor 02/227 413-755-4316 arondinelli@stcc.edu
Diane Sabato Professor 02/239 413-755-4836 dsabato@stcc.edu

 

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