Associate

Business Administration

Scholarships available for those who qualify

Program Description

Students learn to perform accounting functions, record, and verify transactions, prepare payroll, monitor inventory, prepare financial statements, and analyze financial information. Emphasis is placed on both manual and computer accounting programs to learn accounting data processing.

Participants in this program will also develop specific skills in their field of interest and will receive certificates endorsed by the University, which will be an element of high value in the training and professional performance of the student.

Program Objective

This program is designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment as a business executive. The program offers an introduction to the fields of management, finance, economics, and accounting. Training and practical instructions are provided to meet the challenges of this rewarding position.

Courses

  • English Composition I
  • History of Art
  • College Algebra
  • General Biology
  • Western Civilizations
  • English Composition II
  • Introduction to statistics
  • Environmental Science
  • Equality & Inequality
  • Ethics
  • Principles of Accounting
  • Principles of Accounting Lab
  • Social Responsibility
  • Principles of Business Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Spreadsheet Application
  • Business Communications
  • Statistics
  • Introduction to Managing Conflict and Bargaining
  • Introduction to Lean Start Up

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Scolarships

Miami Business Technological University (MBTU) offers scholarship programs designed to encourage the personal and professional growth of our students. These grants apply to all of our programs, both undergraduate and graduate, and are based on three criteria:

  1. Academic excellence achieved in previous studies.
  2. Proven excellence in cultural activities.
  3. Based on financial need.

Student Responsibilities:

  • Be formally admitted to one of our programs.
  • Complete and sign the corresponding Scholarship Application Form.
  • Submit an essay (double spaced, with a maximum of two pages), indicating the need for the scholarship and the educational and professional goals of the student.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from a former teacher, employer, or professional acquaintance, who can express a strong vote of support and highlight the student’s academic and personal strengths that will support your scholarship application.
  • For our graduate programs, two letters of recommendation must be submitted: one from a former professor and one from a previous or current employer (direct manager). These letters must clearly refer to the applicants’ leadership skills and qualities. Referees must not have family ties to the student.

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