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2021-2022 Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Business


Assistant Dean: Ginger Keeton

School of Business

The mission of the School of Business at Jones College is to empower and to transform the lives of students by stimulating a mindset of growth through engagement in courses in the areas of accounting, business law, business office technology, communications, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, and marketing management technology in a dynamic and optimistic learning environment which will inspire the creation of ideas and build a foundation in business, critical thinking, and analytical skills that can serve in the development of a work ethic that will prepare the students for the workforce, enhanced training, and networking in the corporate world where Jones graduates have the opportunity to demonstrate the highest standards of integrity and are equipped to provide utility to their stakeholders and to lead in the production, selling, accounting, and management of innovative industries that will develop our community, our state, and our global society.

 

The School of Business offers curricula to meet the requirements for students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, International Business, Management Information Systems, Business Education, Health Information Management, Office Administration, and other business-related majors. Requirements for the Computer Science major are also listed in this division. The prescribed courses outlined in the catalog of the senior institution in which the student plans to transfer should be correlated with the course of study outlined for the first two years at the junior college level. Students are urged to work closely with business advisors in order to assure enrolling in the correct courses for transfer to senior institutions of student’s choice.

Important: All business majors pursing an Associate in Arts degree from Jones College are required to take the following business courses in order to complete the professional component of the program: ACC 2213 - Principles of Accounting I ; BAD 1113 - Introduction to Business BAD 2413 - Legal Environment of Business BAD 2533 - Computer Applications in Business and Industry  or CSC 1123 - Computer Applications I ; and ECO 2113 - Principles of Macroeconomics .

Students should always consult the catalog of the senior institution for details concerning specific courses and the transfer process.

Programs

Associate

Certificate