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SCHEDULE 2021

Online Degrees in Business

Georgia Military College has a long history of educating skilled, successful, and innovative businesspeople. The field of business is vast, and includes a wide range of career possibilities. At GMC’s Global Online College, we understand these opportunities and work with every student every step of the way to ensure they have the foundation and education needed to be successful. We work with employers throughout Georgia and the U.S. to help students establish their career path once they complete their online business degree program.

 

We are steadily expanding our online business degree offerings. Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree programs provide opportunities for students who have completed a two-year Associate’s of Applied Science (AAS) degree to continue their studies in an accelerated online bachelor’s degree program. We also offer AAS degree programs that students can earn before seamlessly moving on to complete their BAS degree. Additionally, AAS degree holders can transfer all of their college credits into a four-year BAS curriculum designed to work complimentarily with their Associate’s degree. Our regional accreditation means your credits will transfer anywhere. 

 

GMC students can map out their educational journey from beginning to end with an AAS degree feeding into one of our BAS online college accredited degree programs.

  • All BAS coursework is available online  
  • The AAS in Operations Management pairs with the BAS in Supply Chain Management and Business Management. 
  • The AAS in Management Information Systems is designed for transition to a BAS in Business Management. 
  • The AAS in Information Systems Analytics enables students to move on to earn the BAS in Supervision and Management.

Online Associates in Business Administration

 

The AA and AS in Business Administration programs are designed to provide students with a foundation body of knowledge involving a command of the basic language and skills of the business environment. This education will enable graduates to critically analyze business information and be engaged in business decision-making processes thereby contributing to their professions, communities, and organizations.

Earning an AA or AS degree in business will prepare students for employment opportunities and meet educational requirements for continuation towards a bachelor degree in business administration, accounting, finance, or marketing. Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be able to transfer credits to a 4-year BA or BS degree program in Business Administration.  Business degree majors consistently remain in the top ten careers with jobs in marketing, accounting, and finance.

What You Will Learn

Students will utilize accounting software such as MS Excel to construct and evaluate accounting data.

Students will learn to compare economic data.

Students will formulate business communications that reflect ethics in the business environment.

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Online Associates of Applied Science in Information Systems & Analytics

 

Note: The AAS in Information Systems Analytics enables students to move on to earn the BAS in Supervision and Management.

The AAS in Information Systems and Analytics program will educate students in basic technical skills to create, control, and leverage information and data resources of an organization that relates to business intelligence, data mining, and “big data” management, and thereby contribute to the professions, communities, and organizations to which they belong.

Earning an AAS degree in Information Systems and Analytics will prepare students for employment opportunities and meet educational requirements for continuation towards a bachelor of applied science degree in supervision and management. Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be able to transfer credits to a BAS degree program in management or a computer/management information systems-related field of study.

 

What You Will Learn

Students will be able to design and develop an object-oriented program that uses the Java programming language, the Java Swing framework for its graphical user interface, and uses the Java class library to read and write sequential text files.

Students will be able to design and develop a website that uses Hypertest Markup Language (HTML) for its content, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for its presentation, and JavaScript for its behavior.

Students will be able to utilize MS EXCEL and MS ACCESS to construct models used to evaluate business data.

Students will be able to formulate effective business communications that reflect professionalism and ethics in the business environment.

Students will be able to calculate and interpret descriptive statistics and probabilities.

Students will be able to research and evaluate the role of information systems related to various software applications and technology as business decision-making resources.

Online Associates of Applied Science in Management Information Systems

 

Note: The AAS in Management Information Systems is designed for transition to a BAS in Business Management

The AAS in Management Information Systems program is a business-focused degree that will educate students in understanding how business processes and computer information systems are used within an organization to support decision-making and goals attainment, enabling them to thoughtfully participate in the decisions of the marketplace and thereby contribute to the professions, communities, and organizations to which they belong.

Earning an AAS degree in management information systems will prepare students for employment opportunities and meet educational requirements for continuation towards a bachelor of applied science degree in business management or supply chain management and logistics. Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be able to transfer credits to a BAS degree program in business, management, or an MIS-related field of study.

 

What You Will Learn

Students will be able to prepare and analyze financial statements.

Students will be able to utilize quantitative financial decision-making techniques.

Students will be able to compare economic data for decision making on business investment opportunities.

Students will be able to formulate effective business communications that reflect professionalism and ethics in the business environment.

Students will be able to analyze the role of information systems related to various software applications and technology as business decision-making resources.

Online Associates of Applied Science in Operations Management

 

Note: The AAS in Operations Management pairs with the BAS in Supply Chain Management or Business Management

The AAS in Operations Management program is a business degree that will educate students in understanding the technical and managerial aspects of business operations such as designing, producing, and delivering products and services, and thereby contribute to the professions, communities, and organizations to which they belong.

Earning an AAS degree in operations management will prepare students for employment opportunities and meet educational requirements for continuation towards a bachelor of applied science degree in business management or supply chain management and logistics. Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be able to transfer credits to a BAS degree program in business, operations management, or a supply chain management/logistics-related field of study.

 

What You Will Learn

Students will be able to prepare and analyze financial statements.

Students will be able to utilize quantitative financial decision-making techniques.

Students will be able to formulate effective business communications that reflect professionalism and ethics in the business environment.

Students will be able to analyze fundamental management principles and functions associated with the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of organizations.

Students will be able to apply the basic concepts of materials management, purchasing, inventory management, demand management, production planning and control, logistics, continuous improvement, and TQM.

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Online Bachelors of Applied Science in Business Management

 

Note: The BAS in Business Management is designed to be completed after completing an AAS in Management Information Systems.

GMC’s online Business Management BAS degree program prepares students for leadership roles and management positions within a wide variety of businesses and industries. The curriculum provides students a thorough understanding of organizational leadership and management practices that will help them to be successful leaders in their business environment. 

General education course credits as well as technical/occupational course credits from an AAS or AAT degree can be transferred (upon review) towards GMC’s BAS degree requirements. Students enrolling in this degree program must have a business-related management AAS or AAT degree.

 

What You Will Learn

Leadership and management skills needed for communicating and leading organizational change.

Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills to develop and manage a project plan centered on solving a business problem.

Strategic management concepts to compose and present a formal business report relating to achieving measurable business goals and objectives.

The Online BAS in Business Management curriculum includes the following courses:
  • Organizational Development
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Leadership
  • Operations Management
  • Quality Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Strategic Management
Students may select two electives in the following areas:
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics
  • International Business
  • Team Management

Upon completion of their coursework, GMC’s final capstone course will provide students the opportunity to use their knowledge in a real-world management project.

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Online Bachelors of Applied Science in Supervision & Management

 

Note: The BAS in Supervision and Management is designed to be completed after earning an AAS in Information Systems Analytics.

GMC’s online Supervision and Management BAS degree program prepares students for supervisory and management roles and positions within a variety of businesses and industries. Students will learn the skills to effectively lead and manage business operations or start a business within their technical field. Graduates will be prepared to seek career opportunities in supervision and middle-management.

The curriculum includes courses that provide thorough understanding of supervision and management practices that will aid and develop the potential of our graduates to be successful in their business environment. General education course credits as well as technical/occupational college course credits from an AAS or AAT degree can be transferred (upon review) towards GMC’s online college accredited BAS degree requirements. Students enrolling in this degree program must have a technical/occupational (non-business/management) AAS or AAT degree.

 

What You Will Learn

Supervisory and management decision-making skills centered in ethical and social responsibility principles.

Critical thinking skills by collecting and analyzing data to propose a solution(s) to simulated business problem(s).

Strategic management concepts to compose and present a formal strategic plan designed to achieve measurable business goals and objectives.

The BAS in Supervision and Management curriculum includes courses in the following:
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Leadership
  • Operations Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Quality Management
  • Strategic Management
Students may select electives from one of the following areas:
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics
  • International Business
  • Team Management
  • Project Management
  • Marketing
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Online Bachelors of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management & Logistics

 

Note: The BAS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics is designed to be completed after earning an AAS in Operations Management.

The BAS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics degree program is designed to prepare students for careers in supply chain management, logistics, and related fields. The BAS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics provides students the practical knowledge necessary to seek entry level and middle-management employment in logistics, warehousing, procurement, materials management, distribution, and other supply chain management related fields. 

The curriculum includes courses that provide a solid understanding of supply chain management and logistics for today’s global business and industry environment. The program teaches the skillset GMC graduates need to be successful in the field of supply chain management and logistics. Students enrolling in this online college accredited degree program must have a business, CIS, supply chain, or logistics related AAS degree.

 

What You Will Learn

Fundamental supply chain management and logistics skills in inventory management, materials management, warehouse management, transportation, distribution, and purchasing needed for today’s global work environment.

Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making skills to develop and manage business problems encountered within the global supply chain and logistics environment.

Incorporation of supply chain management and logistics performance goals to support the strategic initiatives and financial objectives involved within business operations.

The BAS in Supply Chain Management and Logistics curriculum includes courses in the following:
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Operations Management
  • Purchasing and Global Sourcing
  • Management Information Systems
  • Financial Management
  • Quality Management Systems
  • Principles of Supply Chain Management
  • Principles of Logistics Management
  • Warehouse and Distribution Management
  • International Business
  • Strategic Management
  • Project Management
Students may select electives from one of the following areas:
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Human Resources Management
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Marketing for Managers
  • Team Management