Associate of Science in Business Administration (ASBA)
PROGRAM ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
IAU shall not admit any student who is obviously unqualified or who does not appear to have a reasonable prospect of completing the program. IAU requires either evidence of an earned high school diploma, general education diploma (GED), or the successful completion of a degree demonstrating that the applicant is qualified to complete the undergraduate degree program. The degree must be earned at an appropriately accredited institution or foreign equivalent. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
IAU recommends 1 year of full-time professional work experience.
Possess computer and internet skills sufficient to effectively participate in IAU’s pedagogical model and conduct research at the undergraduate level.
Evidence of English Proficiency:
IAU requires writing skills at the appropriate level. Proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English is essential to your success at IAU. If English is not the applicant’s native language, or if an applicant has not had his/her secondary education taught in English, s/he will be required to provide proof of English Proficiency. Since classes are taught in English, an applicant must demonstrate his/her ability to read, write and speak English.
Maximum Total Credit Awarded is 45 units:
Transfer Credit (TRC): 45 units
Standardized Exam Credit (SEC): 45 units
The ASBA program aims at developing a student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate blending of business and general education. The program assists the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for successfully managing business functions, an organizational unit, or an enterprise. The coursework provides students with a solid business foundation in the field. Emphasis is on critical thinking, decision-making, and Christian ethical behavior. Students are also offered periodic workshops to assist them in career planning. The ASBA program incorporates the latest technology available to enhance the in-class and online learning experience. The ASBA program is designed to provide students with opportunities to explore business administration and meet educational goals and enhance their career opportunities.
Primary objectives of this program include equipping students with the knowledge and ability to:
- Acquire a basic understanding and build a foundation in the business field,
- Apply managerial decision-making through utilizing best practices in business;
- Interpret business concepts, principles, and financial strategies;
- Apply the principles of leadership and supervision;
- Discover other fields of study in general education courses;
- Read and analyze accounting and financial information;
- Develop communication skills,
- Make decisions with consideration made to Christian and business ethics; and
- Continue to be a life-long learner.
PROGRAM MODE OF INSTRUCTION
Instruction can be completed through classroom-hybrid and/or 100% online instructional methodologies.
PROGRAM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
- Complete 60 semester units of prescribed curriculum.
- Complete a minimum of TWO internships.
- Complete all required course work with a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Apply for graduation and meet all academic and financial requirements.
- Maintain lawful status.
|ASBA Program Requirements||Units|
|ASBA Total Units||60|
|General Education Module|
|COM 100 Introduction to Mass Communication||3|
|ENG 100 English Composition||3|
|BUS 150 Business Mathematics||3|
|ENV 100 Introduction to Environmental Science||3|
|PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology||3|
|SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC 110 Art and Culture||3|
|Select 1 Religious Studies Course|
|REL 100 Introduction to Religion||3|
|REL 110 Introduction to the Bible||3|
|Major Module |
|ACC 100 Financial Accounting||3|
|ACC 200 Principles of Managerial Accounting||3|
|BUS 100 Introduction to Business||3|
|BUS 110 Business Communications||3|
|BUS 200 Introduction to Entrepreneurship||3|
|ECN 200 Microeconomics||3|
|ECN 210 Macroeconomics||3|
|INT 100 Introduction to Information Technology||3|
|INT 150 Computer Applications||3|
|MGT 200 Supervision||3|
|The Electives Module requirement can be fulfilled by taking any undergraduate courses that are not already a requirement. Undergraduate course codes are 100-499.||6|
For the course descriptions, click here.
|11-1021.00||General and Operations Managers|
|11-3011.00||Administrative Services Managers|
|11-3051.00||Industrial Production Managers|
|11-3071.02||Storage and Distribution Managers|
|11-9151.00||Social and Community Service Managers|
|11-9199.01||Regulatory Affairs Managers|
|11-9199.03||Investment Fund Managers|
|11-9199.04||Supply Chain Managers|
|11-9199.08||Loss Prevention Managers|
|11-9199.09||Wind Energy Operations Managers|
|11-9199.10||Wind Energy Project Managers|
|25-1011.00||Business Teachers, Postsecondary|
EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS FILLED BY IAU STUDENTS
Account Manager (11-1021), Accounts Payable (13-2011), Administrative Assistant (43-6010), Assistant Manager (11-9199), Book Keeper (43-3031), Financial Planner (11-3031), Shipping Assistant (43-5071).