2021-2022 Olympic College Catalog 
    
    Jul 05, 2022  
2021-2022 Olympic College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business - Transfer, AB-DTA/MRP


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Associate in Business
Direct Transfer Agreement/ Major Related Program (AB-DTA/MRP)

The mission of the Associate in Business (DTA/MRP) program is to prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions for their final two years of undergraduate study in a business-related field. OC has an agreement with WWU for priority consideration for admission to their Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, offered at OC's Poulsbo Campus.

Early in the program, students should check with their intended transfer university/college advisor for specific admissions and business program requirements for course choices where options are listed for Humanities, Natural Science, Social Science, and electives.

Faculty Contact Office
     
     
Snapp, Richard 360.475.7386  
  rsnapp@olympic.edu  
     
Ward, Alan 360.475.7378 12-104
  award@olympic.edu  

See the Degrees and Certificates section of this catalog for course listings and other details.

The courses listed below are required for students planning to transfer to most four-year colleges and universities in the State of Washington.

A cumulative college GPA of 2.0 is required. Some transfer institutions require a higher overall GPA, a higher GPA in a subset of courses, or a specific minimum grade in one or more courses such as math or English. Check with your planned transfer institution for these requirements.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Define the basic concepts of business and economics, summarize the types of companies that comprise the world of business, and explain business interdependence and competition.
  2. Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of business trends including globalization and e-commerce.
  3. Explain the role of business and economics in promoting social responsibility and ethical behavior in all levels of business.
  4. Define the importance and application of law in American and global business operations.
  5. Describe the impacts of financial decisions, including debt, and equity funding, as well as the use of retained earnings on businesses.
  6. Describe the effects of government regulation and taxation on business and economic activities.
  7. Use business and economic concepts and critical thinking skills to solve business and economic problems.
  8. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.

Required Courses (90 Credits)


Communication (10 Credits)


Quantitative or Symbolic Reasoning (10 Credits)


Algebra or Precalculus (5 Credits)


from:

Calculus (5 Credits)


from:

Humanities (15 Credits)


from at least 2 disciplines:

> See Note 1

  • Maximum of 5 credits in skills performance courses
  • Maximum of 5 credits in world language courses

Social Science (15 Credits)


Natural Science (15 Credits)


> See Note 2

  • At least 10 credits in physical, biological and/or earth sciences including at least one lab course.

Statistics (5 Credits)


Business Transfer (20 Credits)


> See Notes 3, 4, and 5

Electives (5 Credits)


> See Note 6 when selecting

Advising Notes


  1. Humanities: Students intending to pursue the international business major should consult their potential transfer institutions regarding the level of world language required for admission to the major.
  2. Natural Sciences: Students intending to transfer to the manufacturing management major at WWU should consult WWU regarding the selection of natural science courses required for admission to the major.
  3. Business Courses: International students who completed a business law course specific to their home country must take a business law course at a U.S. institution in order to demonstrate proficiency in U.S. business law.
  4. Business Courses: Universities with a lower division Business Law requirement are UW (all campuses), WSU (all campuses), EWU, CWU, WWU, Gonzaga, SMU, SPU, and Whitworth.
  5. Business Courses: The following institutions do not require a lower division Business Law course and agree to accept the course taken as part of this degree as a lower division elective, but generally not as an equivalent to the course required at the upper division: Heritage, PLU, SU, and Walla Walla University.
  6. Electives: Four institutions have requirements for admission to the major that go beyond those specified above. Students can meet these requirements by careful selection of the elective. Details listed below.
  7. WSU (all campuses): Management Information Systems MIS 250 equivalent to OC's CIS 101 , CIS 110 
  8. Gonzaga: Management Information Systems BMIS 235, no OC equivalent course.
  9. PLU: Computer Applications CSCE 120, will accept either equivalent course or skills test. No OC equivalent course.
  10. WWU: Introduction to Business Computer Systems MIS220. No OC equivalent course. OC's BSTEC 220  meets the skills requirement but may not be accepted in transfer.

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