Business Administration (BS)
Sitting Bull College offers associate and bachelor level programs for students seeking training in Business Administration.
The Business Administration Program offer students’ the skills necessary to be positive and successful in a number of management level positions. Business Administration derives its instructional base from the employment field of business and has as its mission the preparation of individuals for employment in business occupations, including entrepreneurship. Employment and Career Opportunities include the following: Entrepreneurship, Administrative Services, Advertising, Financial Management, Human Resource, Sales, Tourism, Training and Development, Purchasing, Storage and Distribution in all area markets.
Bachelor of Science - Business Administration
This program is to ensure the efficacy of our students to succeed in changing our world; Sitting Bull College Business Department provides opportunities for future managers and entrepreneurs of area markets. The four-year Business Administration program focuses on stimulating business creations that are compatible with, and supportive of, the American Indian Culture or Ochethi Sakowin Nation’s Culture. The success and uniqueness of our program is directly related to the development of our North and South Dakota communities. Through education, we have a unique ability to focus on local community, business, and economic development. The four-year Business program is aware of the individuality of Standing Rock markets and economies and creates a product that is more able to facilitate in the planning and implementation of development strategies.
Employment and career opportunities for the Bachelor’s degree include; entrepreneur, manager, program director, comptroller, sales, human resource manager, personnel director, marketing manager, bookkeeper, auditor, real estate agent, information systems manager, business consultant, and motivational speaker.
The professional core requirements of the degree may be offered in an accelerated format.
Requirements for admission are as follows:
- Successful completion or in the last semester of Associate degree in Business Administration.
- Transfer students must meet all program pre-requisites before being accepted into the Bachelor of Science accelerated program.
Requirements for graduation are as follows:
- Completion of all course work in the curriculum.
- A minimum of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
- A minimum of 40 credit hours of 300 and 400 level course work.
- The student will demonstrate advanced level to communicate effectively in writing and orally.
- The student will demonstrate advanced proficiency of integration of business concepts.
- The student will apply advanced management theory and techniques to actual business situations.
- The student will be able to evaluate an organization and provide strategic business recommendations.
- The student will analyze the impact of global business issues.
- The student will demonstrate proficiency of current computer information systems within the business environment.
|General Education Requirements|
|ENGL 110||Composition I||3|
|ENGL 120||Composition II||3|
|COMM 110||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|MATH 103||College Algebra||3-4|
|or MATH 104||Finite Mathematics|
|PSYC 100||First Year Learning Experience||3|
|SOC 120||Transitions-Graduation & Beyond||2|
|NAS 101||Ochethi Sakowin Language for Beginners||3|
|or NAS 103||Introduction to Ochethi Sakowin Language, Culture & History|
|CSCI 101||Introduction to Computers||3|
|Native American Studies Elective|
|Select one course from Native American Studies||3|
|Humanities or Social & Behavioral Science|
|Select one course from: Arts, English, History, Humanities, Music, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology||3|
|Select two one-hour courses or any one two-hour course||2|
|Select two four-hour courses||8|
|Business Core Requirements|
|ACCT 200||Elements of Accounting I||3|
|ACCT 201||Elements of Accounting II||3|
|BAD 101||Introduction to Business||3|
|BAD 103||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BAD 208||Entrepreneurial Marketing||3|
|BAD 219||Entrepreneurial Business Management||3|
|BAD 297||Business Administration Internship||3|
|BOTE 247||Spreadsheet Applications||3|
|Professional Core Requirements|
|BAD 301||Principles of Management||3|
|BAD 303||Human Resource Management||3|
|BAD 305||Organizational Behavior||3|
|BAD 311||Principles of Marketing||3|
|BAD 323||Payroll Accounting||3|
|BAD 333||Business Writing||3|
|BAD 353||Tax Procedures||3|
|BAD 363||Business Finance||3|
|BAD 401||New Venture||3|
|BAD 405||Business Law||3|
|BAD 406||Business Ethics||3|
|BAD 434||World Business||3|
|BAD 453||Strategic Management||3|
|BAD 497||Internship - Field Study||3|
|MATH 314||Applied Statistics||3|