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The Bachelor of Arts in Business is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for a career in a business profession or in an area where success demands a working knowledge of business principles and practices.
The Concentration in Management Accounting prepares students to use accounting information within an organization to provide them with the tools to make informed business decisions for directing, planning and controlling operations and making management decisions.
Management Accounting - degree requirements checklist.
For information, contact Dr. Janet Forney, chair of the Business Department, at 706-865-2134, ext. 171, or by
The Concentration in Marketing provides students with marketing disciplines as well as study in Retail Management, Sports Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Operations Management.
Marketing - degree requirements checklist.
Associate in Arts
This degree is designed for those students who desire a liberal arts based curriculum and wish to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree at a four-year institution, or who have not yet decided on a specific field of study. By following the program of study outlined, the student earns two years of credit that should closely parallel the first two years of study for either a liberal arts curriculum or a science curriculum at a four-year institution.
Associate in Business
This degree is designed for those students who wish to pursue a degree in business administration or a specialized area in business at a four-year institution. By following the program of study outlined, the student should earn two full years of credit toward a bachelor's degree at a senior institution.
Associate in Arts in Christian Studies
The Associate in Arts in Christian Studies degree is designed for students who wish to prepare themselves for fulltime or part time church vocational service, and who wish to engage in studies leading to a bachelor’s degree in Christian Studies. The program requires successful completion of 62-63 credits and may be accomplished in two full academic years.
Associate in Science
This degree is designed for those students who desire a liberal arts based curriculum and wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in mathematics or in science at a four-year institution. By following the program of study outlined, the student earns two years of credit that should closely parallel the first two years of study for a science curriculum at a four-year institution.
Associate in Music
Truett-McConnell College has one of only 20 two-year college music programs in the nation to be accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and was the only two-year music program in the state to be so accredited. The degree program available for the music student may lead to a variety of Bachelor of Music degrees (performance, education, music therapy, music business, church music, etc.).
An audition is required for acceptance into the Music Department. For audition forms and requirements, please refer to the Music and Fine Arts Department webpage.
Associate in General Studies
This degree is designed for those students who do not wish to follow a prescribed program of study. Students, with the close assistance of their faculty advisors, create their own individual plans of study.
The Concentration in Sports Management prepares students to market and manage sporting events, organizations, media and facility management. Job opportunities include sport marketing, facility management, collegiate, semi-pro and professional sport organization management, coaching, ticketing and merchandising sales.
Sports Management - degree requirements checklist.
The Bachelor of Science in Education is designed to prepare students to teach at the pre-kindergarten through fifth grade level. The program meets national and state standards for the preparation of elementary school teachers. Students in this program should expect to spend a significant amount of time in classrooms in the area. Admission to this program at the junior level is a separate process from admission to the college and requires a 2.5 GPA, along with testing and other requirements.
For degree requirements, see degree requirements checklist.
Application may be made to the education program only after the student has completed 40 semester hours of college-level work. Go to the Education Department web page for additional requirements and to print the three-page application form.
Complete the form and submit it to:
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