AAS Degree Programs

AAS - Associate in Applied Science

  • WakeTech Course ID: A25120A

    The Business Administration curriculum introduces students to the free enterprise system and the fundamentals of core business functions and processes. The program focuses on the unique factors that pervade entrepreneurial ventures and small businesses in today’s global economy. Courses include business concepts in accounting, business law, economics, management, and marketing. Students learn how to apply these concepts through the study of computer literacy, communication, team-building, and decision- making.

  • WakeTech Course ID: A25120G

    The Business Administration -- Global Business Management curriculum introduces students to the free enterprise system and the fundamentals of core business functions and processes, alongside topics related to international trade, economics, law and other issues. The program focuses on the unique factors that pervade entrepreneurial ventures and small businesses in today’s global economy. Courses include business concepts in accounting, business law, economics, management, and marketing. Students learn how to apply these concepts through the study of computer literacy, communication, team-building, and decision- making

  • WakeTech Course ID: A25120H

    The Business Administration - Human Resources Management curriculum introduces students to the free enterprise system and the fundamentals of core business functions and processes, including topics and issues pertinent to the management of people and the execution of the human resources management function. The program focuses on the unique factors that pervade entrepreneurial ventures and small businesses in today’s global economy. Courses include business concepts in accounting, business law, economics, management, and marketing. Students learn how to apply these concepts through the study of computer literacy, communication, team-building, and decision-making.

  • WakeTech Course ID: A25120M

    Business Administration’s concentration in Marketing is designed to meet the demands of government agencies, financial institutions, and business and industry, from small to large. The program helps students develop skills in advertising and sales, marketing research and applications, social media marketing, and customer service – as well as core business concepts. Students learn how to apply these concepts through the study of computer literacy, communication, teambuilding, and decision-making.