The Associate of Applied Science in Business will prepare you to function effectively in a business organization. You will learn how to use quantitative and reasoning skills in accounting, economics, and marketing. You also will build knowledge about different economies, cultures, and approaches to conducting business around the world. 100% online, on-site, or hybrid degree program.
AAS in Business
Learn more about the many ways you can contribute to an industry or corporate setting. Gain exposure to different functional areas and become familiar with trends in global business, entrepreneurship, trade, and more.
Dr. Bri Newland, Assistant Dean, Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies
Core courses provide an in-depth exploration of the liberal arts that expands your critical thinking and analytical skills, increases your knowledge, and develops your intellect.
With the insights gained and the skills acquired through the AAS in Business, you are well equipped to advance in your current career or to pursue a bachelor’s degree in:
- Information Systems Management
- Leadership and Management Studies
- Real Estate
- Social Sciences, with a concentration in Economics
The degree is a 60 credit program consisting of a required set of core courses (32 credits) and required courses (28 credits)
The NYU SPS Admissions team carefully weighs each component of your application during the admissions review process to evaluate your ability to benefit from and contribute to the dynamic learning environment and the challenging curriculum that the NYU School of Professional Studies offers.
The NYU SPS Admissions team is here to help you navigate the admissions process and ensure that all of your questions and/or concerns are addressed. Call or email to set up a Zoom or Skype appointment.
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Financing Your education
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