With UC Online’s Associate of Applied Business in Financial Management Technology, all of your coursework is completed online. Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
A customized curriculum map for the Financial Management Technology program is available to fit your schedule and pace. Part-time and full-time options are available to all students. For the convenience of our online students, we offer multiple (6) start dates per year – twice in the spring, summer and fall.
Students are required to complete a minimum of 60 credit hours for the associate degree Financial Management Technology program.
Accreditation: The University of Cincinnati and all of its regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Student will select one First Year Experience course:
MGMT 1085 Decision Making Tools: FYE course that provides an introduction to the university, exploration of business programs and career opportunities, and tools that promote making decisions.
MGMT 1080 Problem Solving Tools: FYE course that provides an introduction to the university, exploration of business programs and career opportunities, and tools that promote solving problems.
MGMT 1050 Introduction to Business: FYE course that provides and introduction to the university, opportunity to explore business programs and career opportunities, and overview of business structure and issues.
English Composition 1001 is a writing-centered course that emphasizes the careful reading, analytical thinking, and persuasive strategies inherent in researching and writing within an academic community. Students learn that rhetorical knowledge is the basis of composing while learning to write with purpose, audience, context, and conventions in mind. Students develop rigorous academic research practices: how to locate and evaluate primary and secondary sources relevant to their line of inquiry and position their own ideas in conversation with public writing. Students also engage in regular self-reflection: articulating what they know, what they can do, and how to apply their knowledge and skills in various contexts.
Student will select a Humanities Elective.
This course examines the legal environment in which business operates, and develops an understanding of the legal consequences attached to business decision making. Topics include the study of torts, contracts, property, ethics and the legal system of the United States.
Student will select a Natural Sciences Elective.
Student may choose one course elective: Fundamentals of Computerized Accounting, Fundamentals of Tax Preparation Service Learning, Fundamentals of Topics in Accounting, Fundamentals of Human Relations, Fundamentals of Human Resources, Fundamentals of Advertising & Promotion, Fundamentals of Digital Marketing, Fundamentals of Personal Selling & Sales Management or Fundamentals of Consumer Behavior.
For more information, speak to your Academic Advisor.
What are the difference between the Associate Business Management degree, Associate Financial Management degree, and Associate Marketing management degree?
The degree names sound similar, and they’re offered by University of Cincinnati Online. Each program welcomes students from across Ohio and beyond our state — anyone who wants to work toward their associate degree online and still have time for work and personal obligations.
For more in-depth information read our blog post on the same subject: What Are the Differences Between the Business, Marketing and Financial Management Associate Degrees?
Classes are asynchronous, some classes are in a 7-week format some are in a 14-week format. You can log on anytime 24/7 to complete your coursework. Some, but not all tests are proctored using exam proctoring software.
Full-time with no transfer credit, it will take you five semesters (under two years) to complete the associate degree including summer semesters. Attending part-time with no transfer credit you can expect to complete the associate degree in two years including summer semesters.
Summer semester for the Associate Financial Management program means a semester similar to fall and spring semester in duration and credits is required to graduate within two years.
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