Build practical business skills to help you move your career forward, even as a busy, working adult.
The Associate of Arts in General Business program at ENC is offered in a convenient schedule that
allows you to attend college without giving up your important work and
The (AA) Degree Completion Program is a professional academic program for
adult students. It is a 63 semester hour curriculum with a liberal arts core
that stresses the development of analytical skills in the areas of written and
oral communications, management, accounting, and economics.
Associate Degree Requirements
- Designed for students with little or no previous college experience.
- Transfer credits from regionally accredited colleges require a minimum grade
of C- and an evaluation by the admissions office.
- There is a seven-year limit on credits that can be transferred for duplicate
- Successful completion of 63 credit hours. (A minimum of 21 credits completed
- A minimum of 24 credits in Business. (A minimum of 15 credits completed at
- A minimum GPA of 2.0.
- Payment of all tuition and fees.
Liberal Arts Courses
CC100 Adult Learners Seminar
CH201 Environmental Science
CO106 Speech Communications
EN100 English Composition I
MA107 Contemporary Math for
BL202 Introduction to
Writers of England and America
HI105 U.S. History in the Twentieth
Introduction to American Government and Politics
CO203 Introduction to
Introduction to Music
Introduction to Philosophy
BS110 Introduction to Accounting
BS250 Small Business Management
BS280 International Business
BS215 Government and Business
BS100 Introduction to
BS224 Principles of
BS240 Foundations of
BS105 Economics and
An Accredited Degree Program
As a student in this program, you'll benefit from outstanding
curriculum taught by faculty members with practical experience as
business professionals. You'll also study
with other students who, like yourself, are returning to college as an
adult. Their varied backgrounds ensure a diverse classroom and can spark dynamic
discussions that increase your learning.
Apply to the general business program today.