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Business & Information Technology

AS in Business (Transfer Degree)

(NOTE: This degree is designed for students to complete and then transfer to a 4-year institution for completion of a baccalaureate degree.)

If a student wants a 4-year Business degree, the AS in Business gives he/she the option of completing all (or most all) needed General Education requirements here at RSC and then transferring directly to various 4-year institutions to take their last 60-70 credit hours and earn a Bachelors’ degree in the business field of their choice.

RSC has articulation agreements with several 4-year institutions, including the University of Oklahoma and the University of Central Oklahoma, among others. Please look (click) on the ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS webpage/link on the Business and Information Technology home page to see all of the 4-year colleges that have articulation agreements with RSC’s AS in Business degree.

AS in Business Degree Sheet 20-21 (PDF)
 

Discipline Professors

Craig Dawkins
Craig Dawkins
Associate Dean Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7342
Nathan Gay
Nathan Gay
Professor, Accounting Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7510
Sharon Harrison
Sharon Harrison
Professor, Supply Chain Management and Logistics Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7474
Tricia Lackmeyer
Tricia Lackmeyer
Professor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7477
Kelly Orr
Kelly Orr
Professor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7473
Tony Sellars
Tony Sellars
Professor, Marketing/Social Media/Multimedia Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7472
Robert Winslow
Robert Winslow
Professor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 733-7463

Academic Advisor

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson
Academic Advisor Business Information Technology Division
(405) 736-0348

Suggested Schedule

The following courses should be taken in the sequence indicated. Because general education courses have multiple offerings, students should incorporate those courses into their schedule after their Business Associate in Science degree requirement courses have been determined. Check the course catalog and/or class schedule for course offering specifics. The “+” symbol represents a prerequisite for the course. Any course offering is subject to change without notice.

First Fall Semester

ACCT 1123—College Accounting Procedures
ECON 2103 – Personal Finance
Any Support & Related BIT course from ACCT, BA, CIT, ECON, LS, MGMT, MKTG, and MULT
3/6 hours of Gen Ed Requirements
First Spring Semester

MATH 1483 Functions and Modeling+ OR
MATH 1513 College Algebra+
ACCT 2103 – Financial Accounting+
ECON 2303 – Prin. of Microeconomics
Any Support & Related BIT course from ACCT, BA, CIT, ECON, LS, MGMT, MKTG, and MULT
3/6 hours of Gen Ed Requirements
Second Fall Semester

MCOM 1213 Public Speaking
ACCT 2203 – Managerial Accounting+
ECON 2403 – Prin. of Macroeconomics
Any Support & Related BIT course from ACCT, BA, CIT, ECON, LS, MGMT, MKTG, and MULT
3/6 hours of Gen Ed Requirements
Second Spring Semester

ECON 2803 – Elem. of Statistics+
MATH 1743 – Calculus for Business+
Any Support & Related BIT course from ACCT, BA, CIT, ECON, LS, MGMT, MKTG, and MULT
3/6 hours of Gen Ed Requirements