Business Curriculum

Today's business environment isn't what it used to be, and companies are asking their employees to possess a greater range of advanced skills and knowledge from a broad spectrum of fields that until recently were distinctly separate. This fast-paced, ever-changing market requires the student and future employee to prepare for an interdisciplinary world.

To better prepare the student for such an environment, CCA's School of Business curriculum is designed around a central core of classes as shown below. This allows the student to develop a well-rounded arsenal of skills regardless of what course of study they pursue. There is something for everyone- the student seeking to begin or advance a career, or the continuing student who will go on to complete his or her undergraduate studies at a four-year college.

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CCA School of Business

710 Alton Way ● Denver CO 80230
Tel: 303.340.7232 
 

Need help with advising? Contact the Business Department’s Pathways Advisor: Brittany Beard - (303) 340-5213 - brittany.beard@ccaurora.edu

Program Level Outcomes (PLOs) 

Statements which articulate, in measurable terms, what students should know and be able to demonstrate as a result of and at the conclusion of a program. PLOs communicate program goals explicitly and foster transfer of responsibility for learning from faculty to students.

A student who obtains an AA degree in Business from the Community College of Aurora will demonstrate the following abilities:

  • Interpret and explain quantitative information using charts and graphs, utilizing Excel.
  • Demonstrate numerical literacy that supports effective business decisions.
  • Construct effective oral communications using content, organization, and delivery techniques that convey information appropriate to a professional business environment.
  • Create written communications using professional grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and content appropriate to a professional business environment.
  • Analyze and accept responsibility for personal behaviors and interactions with others appropriate to a professional business environment.
  • Understand and explain the impact of economic theory on today's business environment.
  • Understand and explain the importance of the legal framework of today's business environment.
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