The Certificate of Completion in Business Administration Fastrack provides adult learners the opportunity to gain skills and abilities in a wide range of business disciplines. Students complete a series of integrated, practical, and project-oriented courses designed to develop the skills that deliver immediate value at work. Courses may be taken in an accelerated format that allows faster completion of the certificate.
5152 Certificate of Completion (CCL) - Business Administration Fastrack
Other Degree Options
- Associate of Business University Transfer Degree
- Certificate of Completion in Accounting
- Certificate in General Business
- Certificate of Completion in Management
- Certificate of Completion in Marketing
- Certificate of Completion in Retail Management
All courses are accelerated (5- or 8-week courses) and available online. Some courses are available only in an online format.
How long will it take?
Students who take at least 12-15 credits per semester can complete the certificate in two semesters. Student taking 9 credits per semester can complete the certificate in three semesters.
The estimated tuition for the entire program $2,295 for Maricopa County residents. Please click herefor a list of out-of-county tuition and other fees.
The total cost of textbooks will vary depending on choice of rental or purchase options. Some courses do not require textbooks. Students can expect to spend $200-$700 for the entire program.
- GBS120: Workplace Communication Skills
- GBS151: Introduction to Business
- MGT126: Customer Service Skills & Strategies (fall semester only)
- MGT175: Business Organization and Management (fall semester only)
- ACC110: Understanding and Using Accounting Systems (fall semester only)
- Total credits: 15
- MG251: Human Relations in Management
- MGT253: Owning and Operating a Small Business
- MKT271: Principles of Marketing
- GBS205: Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business
- Total credits: 12
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Business Administration Fastrack program is designed for individuals seeking to update, upgrade, or develop essential business skills. A specific objective of the program is to prepare students for job advancement and career opportunities in today`s business environment as defined by industry practitioners. Each course/module includes learning activities and projects in an accelerated five-week or eight-week formats. Additional features of the program include: Student directed learning stressing the dynamic business environment, communication skills and leadership development; utilization of Microsoft Office package.
An Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Business Administration Fastrack is also available. The AAS degree contains all of the features of the Certificate with the addition of comprehensive general education requirements.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|ACC110||Understanding and Using Accounting Systems||3|
|GBS120||Workplace Communication Skills||3|
|GBS151||Introduction to Business||3|
|GBS205||Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business||3|
|MGT126||Customer Service Skills and Strategies||3|
|MGT175||Business Organization and Management||3|
|MGT251||Human Relations in Business||3|
|MGT253||Owning and Operating a Small Business||3|
|MKT271||Principles of Marketing||3|
- Identify and describe basic accounting skills and practices and use a computerized accounting system to analyze and record common business transactions. (ACC110)
- Demonstrate appropriate and effective written and oral communication skills in a variety of workplace situations. (GBS120)
- Identify, describe, and analyze external environmental factors in terms of their impact on a business, domestically and globally. (GBS151)
- Identify and describe contemporary legal issues, ethical issues and the regulatory climate and explain how these factors affect business policies and decisions. (GBS205)
- Identify and use the basic techniques for measuring, managing, and monitoring internal and external customer expectations and services. (MGT126)
- Evaluate human relations problems as they arise in work situations. (MGT175)
- Describe human relations challenges faced by the individual and the business organization. (MGT251)
- Outline the principles and procedures involved in starting, organizing and operating a small business. (MGT253)
- Identify and evaluate marketing strategies as presented in case studies using basic computer skills. (MKT271)