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BUSINESS - TRANSFER
CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

The Business Department recommends starting your path towards a 4-year degree by earning this certificate.  The certificate is developed to prepare students for further study of business.  All courses within the program are required for the AS-T in Business Administration.  The curriculum also completes more than a half of the undergraduate business major requirements for CSU transfer.

A student wishing to transfer to the CSU system to earn a B.S./B.A. degree in any field of Business Administration should follow this pattern: (1) Certificate in Business Transfer from Chabot, (2) AS-T degree in Business Administration from Chabot, (3) B.S./B.A. in Business Administration from a CSU campus of your choice.

CORE COURSES -  UNITS

 

FALL  SPRING
Business 1A (Financial Accounting)* 4  
Business 12 (Introduction to Business) 3  

Computer Application Systems 50 (Introduction to Computer Application Systems) OR
Computer Science 8 (Computer Literacy) OR
Economics 1 (Principles of Microeconomics) OR
Economics 2   (Principles of Macroeconomics)

3  
Business 1B (Managerial Accounting)   4
Business 10 (Business Law)   4
TOTAL   18

*  Business 7 (Accounting for Small Business) is strongly recommended before taking Business 1A

The above listing is a suggested sequence only.  Some courses may have prerequisites.  Students may take courses in any sequence except where a prerequisite applies.

Program-Learning Outcomes (PLOs):

  • 1.  Understand and apply the generally accepted accounting principles to prepare financial statements.
    2.
     Develop understanding of the law and the legal environment as it relates to business operations, including ethical considerations.
    3. 
    Create effective oral and written business communications using modern communication technologies.
    4. 
    Apply critical thinking and analytical skills in decision making and problem solving.

 

 
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