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2020 - 2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration Professional Track, A.A.S. (Leading to B.S. at Ferris State University)

(Code 12128)

The Business Administration Professional Track provides a degree completion program in Business Administration for students who have prior coursework containing a professional or occupational emphasis (i.e. Accounting, Digital Arts, Information Technology, Management, Marketing, and many others). The degree is designed to prepare individuals for the rapidly changing nature of the work environment in business, government and other nonprofit organizations. Building upon a core of business courses. The program features a tight sequence of major courses; however, the program also provides the flexibility to specialize in an area of interest for the student.

General Education Requirements

Written Communication

Take both of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Courses:

Oral Communication

Take the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Course:

Laboratory Sciences

Take two of the following Michigan Transfer Agreement Courses (with different prefixes):


Take both of the following required courses:

Social Sciences

Take all of the following courses:

Humanities & Fine Arts

Take three of the following courses (from more than one prefix). Choose three from list below, or choose two from list below and an additional course that satisfies FSU’s Cultural Enrichment Elective (students should see a counselor/advisor for help selecting the correct courses).

Program Requirements

Students MUST complete any of MCC’s Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees. Students must complete 90 credits of coursework at MCC, including the courses listed below. Students should see a counselor/advisor to make sure they are following the most current requirements.


  • Take additional general education elective credits as necessary to earn the 90 credit total.
  • Students receive 24 credits from their Professional Track Courses (i.e. major program requirements).
  • Students should meet with counselors/advisors from both MCC and FSU to ensure they are taking only required courses.