Business

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR CERTIFICATE IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP:

  1. The student will demonstrate knowledge of maintaining accounts and preparing financial statements for a sole proprietorship business.
  2. The student will exhibit professional written and verbal communication.
  3. The student will demonstrate practical application of small business management principles including supervision, marketing, and business planning techniques.
  4. The student will demonstrate knowledge of legal issues relating to business.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR ASSOCIATE OF ARTS/SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:

  1. The student will demonstrate knowledge of maintaining accounts and preparing financial statements for a sole proprietorship business.
  2. The student will exhibit professional skills in written and verbal communication.
  3. The student will demonstrate practical application of small business management principles including supervision, marketing, and business planning techniques.
  4. The student will demonstrate knowledge of legal issues relating to business.
  5. The student will display basic knowledge of global, national, local, and Native American tribal economic concepts.
  6. The student will apply interpersonal communication, diversity, and conflict resolution strategies.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:

  1. The student will demonstrate advanced knowledge of operations, administration and financing of a business.
  2. The student will demonstrate advanced level to communicate effectively in in writing and orally.
  3. The student will demonstrate advanced principles and concepts of: economics, management, finance, accounting, marketing and business law.
  4. The student will apply advanced management theory and techniques to actual business situations.
  5. The student will evaluate the financial position of an organization through the examination of balance sheets, cash flow statements, key financial ratios and make strategic business decisions/recommendations.
  6. The student will demonstrate understanding of the global economics, ethical issues, and the legal environment of today’s business.
  7. The student will apply knowledge of current computer information systems to the business environment.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS AND OFFICE TECHNOLOGY:

  1. The student will demonstrate the knowledge of current computer applications:
  2. Microsoft Word
  3. Microsoft Excel
  4. The student will demonstrate preparation of routine office correspondence through the use of current computer applications:
  5. Microsoft Word
  6. Microsoft Excel
  7. The student will demonstrate knowledge of maintaining accounts and preparing financial statements for a sole proprietorship business.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE/ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS AND OFFICE TECHNOLOGY:

  1. The student will demonstrate the knowledge of current computer applications:
  2. Microsoft Word
  3. Microsoft Excel
  4. Microsoft Access
    1. The student will demonstrate preparation of routine office correspondence through the use of current computer applications:
      1. Microsoft Word
      2. Microsoft Excel
      3. Microsoft Access
  5. The student will demonstrate knowledge of maintaining accounts and preparing financial statements for a sole proprietorship business.
  6. The student will demonstrate how to work and communicate professionally with employees and the general public.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY A+:

  1. The student will demonstrate the applications of computer information systems and fundamental computer concepts.
  2. The student will install internal and external options and devices.
  3. The student will configure and enhance the hardware and software of a computer to optimize computer performance.
  4. The student will utilize tools, hardware components, and hardware/software interfacing to troubleshoot personal computer problems.
  5. The student will plan and implement a technical solution for networking in a small business environment.
  6. The student takes CompTIA A+ certification exam and achieves passing scores on each section.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAINTENANCE/ OS/NETWORKING:

  1. The student will demonstrate the applications of computer information systems and fundamental computer concepts.
  2. The student will install internal and external options and devices.
  3. The student will configure and enhance the hardware and software of a computer to optimize computer performance.
  4. The student will utilize tools, hardware components, and hardware/software interfacing to troubleshoot personal computer problems.
  5. The student will plan and implement a technical solution for networking in a small business environment.
  6. The student will create IP addressing plans for a small network and implement a network equipment upgrade.
  7. The student takes Cisco CCENT certification exam and achieves passing scores on each section.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:

  1. The student will demonstrate the applications of computer information systems and fundamental computer concepts.
  2. The student will install internal and external options and devices.
  3. The student will configure and enhance the hardware and software of a computer to optimize computer performance.
  4. The student will utilize tools, hardware components, and hardware/software interfacing to troubleshoot personal computer problems.
  5. The student will plan and implement a technical solution for networking in a small business environment.
  6. The student will create IP addressing plans for a small network and implement a network equipment upgrade.
  7. The student will investigate issues and/or solve problems using current topics in computing as well as application of industry trends.
  8. The student will manage and maintain a database, such as SQL or Microsoft Access.
  9. The student will understand the following as related to Visual Basic and/or Java and/or another computer programming language:
    1. how to construct user interfaces for simple programs, and design functional systems;
    2. analyze and construct effective and efficient algorithms and appropriate control structures
    3. effectively use software development tools including editors, compilers, and libraries.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Sitting Bull College offer certificate, associate, and bachelor level programs for students seeking training in Business Administration. The Business Administration Program offer students’ the skills necessary to be positive and successful in a number of management level positions.  Business Administration derives its instructional base from the employment field of business and has as its mission the preparation of individuals for employment in business occupations, including entrepreneurship.  Employment and Career Opportunities include the following:  Entrepreneurship, Administrative Services, Advertising, Financial Management, Human Resource, Sales, Tourism, Training and Development, Purchasing, Storage and Distribution and all area markets.

CERTIFICATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 100         Applied English or

BOTE 214         Business Reports & Communications or higher

MATH 101         Pre-Algebra or

BOTE 108         Business Math or higher

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

Total General Education Requirements: 11 credits

 

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 101           Introduction to Business

BAD 201           Accounting I

BAD 208           Entrepreneurial Marketing

BAD 211           Principles of Supervision

BAD 219           Entrepreneurial  Business Management

BAD 297           Business Administration/Management Internship

Total Core Requirements: 18 credits

TOTAL CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS: 32 CREDITS

Student’s must follow SBC’s admissions requirements and may be required to complete a College Writing Preparation and College Math Preparation course(s) before enrolling in certificate courses.

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 110         Composition I

ENGL 120         Composition II

COMM 110        Fundamentals of Public Speaking

MATH 102         Intermediate Algebra or higher

PSYC 100         First Year Learning Experience

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond

NAS 101           Lakota/Dakota Language I

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

HUMANITIES or SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

Select any one (1) course from:  Arts, English, History, Humanities, Music, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION……………………………………………………………………………………… 2 cr.

Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course

LABORATORY SCIENCE………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4 cr.

Any one (1) four-hour laboratory science course

Total General Education Requirements…………………………………………………………………….. 34 credits

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 101           Introduction to Business

BAD 103           Legal Environment of Business

BAD 201           Principles of Accounting I

BAD 202           Principles of Accounting II

BAD 208           Entrepreneurial Marketing

BAD 211           Principles of Supervision

BAD 212           Conflict Resolution

BAD 219           Entrepreneurial Business Management

BAD 297           Business Administration/Management Internship

ECON 201         Microeconomics

ECON 202         Macroeconomics

Total Core Requirements: 33 credits

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 67 CREDITS

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The program prepares students for positions in the accounting/business world or for transfer to a four-year institution of higher learning.  The curriculum is designed to offer students an introduction to business, accounting, and economics.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 110         Composition I

ENGL 120         Composition II

COMM 110        Fundamentals of Public Speaking

MATH 103         College Algebra

PSYC 100         First Year Learning Experience

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond

NAS 101           Lakota/Dakota Language I

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES ELECTIVE

Select any one (1) course from Native American Studies

HUMANITIES or SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

Select any one (1) course from:  Arts, English, History, Humanities, Music, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course

LABORATORY SCIENCE

Any two (2) four-hour laboratory science courses

Total General Education Requirements: 41 credits

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 101           Introduction to Business

BAD 103           Legal Environment of Business

BAD 201           Principles of Accounting I

BAD 202           Principles of Accounting II

BAD 208           Entrepreneurial Marketing

BAD 219           Entrepreneurial Business Management

ECON 201         Microeconomics

ECON 202         Macroeconomics

BOTE 214         Business Reports & Communications

BOTE 247         Spreadsheet Applications

Total Core Requirements: 30 credits

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 71 CREDITS

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

This program is to ensure the efficacy of our students to succeed in changing our world; Sitting Bull College Business Department provides opportunities for future managers and entrepreneurs of area markets.  The four-year Business Administration program focuses on stimulating business creations that are compatible with, and supportive of, the American Indian Culture or Lakota Nation’s Culture. The success and uniqueness of our program is directly related to the development of our North and South Dakota communities. Through education, we have a unique ability to focus on local community, business, and economic development. The four-year Business program is aware of the individuality of Standing Rock markets and economies and creates a product that is more able to facilitate in the planning and implementation of development strategies.

Employment and career opportunities for the Bachelor’s degree include; entrepreneur, manager, program director, comptroller, sales, human resource manager, personnel director, marketing manager, bookkeeper, auditor, real estate agent, information systems manager, business consultant, and motivational speaker.

The professional core requirements of the degree will be offered in an accelerated format.

REQUIREMENTS:

Requirements for admission are as follows:

  1. Successful completion or in the last semester of Associate degree in Business Administration.
  2. Transfer students must meet all program pre-requisites before being accepted into the Bachelor of Science accelerated program.

Requirements for graduation are as follows:

  1. Completion of all course work in the curriculum.
  2. A minimum of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
  3. A minimum of 40 credit hours of 300 and 400 level course work.
  4. Completion of e-portfolio.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 110         Composition I

ENGL 120         Composition II

COMM 110        Fundamentals of Public Speaking

MATH 103         College Algebra

or

MATH 104         Finite Mathematics

PSYC 100         First Year Learning Experience

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond

NAS 101           Lakota/Dakota Language I

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES ELECTIVE

Select any one (1) course from:  Native American Studies

HUMANITIES or SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

Select any one (1) course from:  Arts, English, History, Humanities, Music, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course

LABORATORY SCIENCE

Any two (2) four-hour courses

Total General Education Requirements: 40-41 credits

BUSINESS CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 101           Introduction to Business

BAD 103           Legal Environment of Business

BAD 201           Principles of Accounting I

BAD 202           Principles of Accounting II

BAD 208           Entrepreneurial Marketing

BAD 219           Entrepreneurial Business Management

ECON 201         Microeconomics

ECON 202         Macroeconomics

MATH 210         Elementary Statistics

BOTE 214         Business Reports & Communications

BOTE 247         Spreadsheet Applications

Total Business Core Requirements: 33 credits

PROFESSIONAL CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 301           Principles of Management

BAD 303           Human Resource Management

BAD 305           Organizational Behavior

BAD 311           Principles of Marketing

BAD 323           Payroll Accounting

BAD 333           Business Writing

BAD 353           Tax Procedures.

BAD 363           Business Finance

BAD 401           New Venture.

BAD 405           Business Law I

BAD 406           Business Ethics

BAD 434           World Business

BAD 453           Strategic Management

BAD 497           Internship/Seminar

MATH 314         Applied Statistics

300+ Electives

Total Professional Core Requirements: 51 credits

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 124-125 CREDITS

BUSINESS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

Sitting Bull College offers one and two year programs for students seeking training in Office Technology.

Students who successfully complete a two-year program earn either an Associate of Science degree or an Associate in Applied Science degree.  Those who successfully complete a one-year program earn a Certificate of completion and proficiency.

This curriculum is designed for students to learn a wide variety of communication, business, keyboarding, and technological skills. Emphasis is placed on various applications of the microcomputer including keyboarding, word processing, desktop publishing, spreadsheets, electronic presentations, database management, and World Wide Web research.

Placement includes working in a wide variety of offices such as, sales offices, banks, government agencies, educational institutions, insurance companies, or law offices.

CERTIFICATE BUSINESS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 100         Applied English or

BOTE 214         Business Reports & Communications or higher

MATH 101         Pre-Algebra or higher or

BOTE 108         Business Math

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

Total General Education Requirements: 11 credits

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 201           Accounting I

BOTE 146         Word Processing I

BOTE 245         Advanced Word Processing

BOTE 247         Spreadsheet Applications

BOTE 275         Administrative Office Procedures

Total Core Requirements:15 credits

TOTAL CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS: 26 CREDITS

Student’s must follow SBC’s admissions requirements and may be required to complete a College Writing Preparation and College Math Preparation course(s) before enrolling in certificate courses.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE BUSINESS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 100         Applied English or higher ………………………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

COMM 100        Applied Communications or higher………………………………………………………………. 3 cr.

MATH 101         Pre-Algebra or higher……………………………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

PSYC 100         First Year Learning Experience…………………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond…………………………………………………………………. 2 cr.

NAS 101           Lakota/Dakota Language I………………………………………………………………………….. 4 cr.

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION……………………………………………………………………………………… 2 cr.

Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications …………………………………………………………  3 cr.

Total General Education Requirements…………………………………………………………………….. 23 credits

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 201           Principles of Accounting I………………………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

BAD 212           Conflict Resolution…………………………………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

BOTE 146         Word Processing I……………………………………………………………………………………. 3 cr.

BOTE 214         Business Reports & Communications…………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

BOTE 247         Spreadsheet Applications………………………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

BOTE 257         Database Management……………………………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

BOTE 275         Administrative Office Procedures………………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

BOTE 297         Business & Office Technology Internship………………………………………………………. 3 cr.

ELECTIVE         Any Division of Business Course Approved by Advisor……………………………………. 3 cr.

COMPUTER APPLICATION ELECTIVES – (SELECT A TOTAL OF 12 CREDIT HOURS)

CIS 164             Networking Fundamentals I

CIS 181             Creating Web Pages

CSCI 120          Survey of Computer Information Systems

BOTE 218         Desktop Publishing

BOTE 245         Advanced Word Processing

BOTE 274         Telecommunications

Total Core Requirements:39 credits

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 62 CREDITS

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

BUSINESS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

ENGL 110         Composition I………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

ENGL120          Composition II…………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 cr.

COMM 110        Fundamentals of Public Speaking……………………………………………………………….. 3 cr.

MATH 102         Intermediate Algebra or higher……………………………………………………………………. 4 cr.

PSYC 100         First Year Learning Experience…………………………………………………………………… 3 cr.

SOC 120           Transitions-Graduation & Beyond…………………………………………………………………. 2 cr.

NAS 101           Lakota/Dakota Language I………………………………………………………………………….. 4 cr.

CSCI 101          Introduction to Computer Applications

HUMANITIES or SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE

Select any one (1) course from:  Arts, English, History, Humanities, Music, Native American Studies, Philosophy, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, Human Services, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Any two (2) one-hour courses or any one (1) two-hour course

LABORATORY SCIENCE

Any one (1) four-hour laboratory science course

Total General Education Requirements: 34 credits

CORE REQUIREMENTS

BAD 201           Principles of Accounting I

BAD 212           Conflict Resolution

BOTE 146         Word Processing I

BOTE 247         Spreadsheet Applications

BOTE 257         Database Management

BOTE 275         Administrative Office Procedures

BOTE 297         Business & Office Technology Internship

ELECTIVE         Any Division of Business Course Approved by Advisor

COMPUTER APPLICATION ELECTIVES – (SELECT A TOTAL OF 6 CREDIT HOURS)

BOTE 218         Desktop Publishing

BOTE 245         Advanced Word Processing

BOTE 274         Telecommunications

CIS 181             Creating Web Pages

CSCI 120          Survey of Computer Information Systems

Total Core Requirements: 30 credits

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: 64 CREDITS