(954) 486-7728 admissions@uftl.edu

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREES

Associates of Arts in Business Administration

Description
The Associate’s Degree in Business Administration has its foundation in general education. The program provides students with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and ability to listen, calculate, and communicate effectively. The program consists of 39 semester hours of general education courses.

Program Objectives
The Associate’s Degree in Business Administration is designed to provide students with the social, business, and academic competencies for a 21st-century leader.

The program provides students with a solid foundation in the social and behavioral sciences, humanities, and mathematics. It assists students in developing competencies in reading, oral communication, writing, and fundamental computers.

TERM 1

Term I

Course Names

Credits

ENG 101

English Grammar and Composition I

(3 credits)

LDR 101

Principles and Practices of Leadership

(3 credits)

BUS 110

Introduction to Computers

(3 credits)

HIS 101

U.S. History I

(3 credits)

REL/MIN/THE 100-200

...

(3 credits)

TERM 2

Term II

Course Names

Credits

MAT 200

College Algebra

(3 credits)

HIS 102 – 200

History II

(3 credits)

ENG 102

English Grammar and Composition II

(3 credits)

SCI 101, 160, 161

Health Sciences

(3 credits)

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

(3 credits)

TERM 3

Term III

Course Names

Credits

PSY 140

Introduction to Psychology

(3 credits)

BUS 120

Business Ethics

(3 credits)

POS 200

Comparative Politics

(3 credits)

BUS 220

Introduction to Business Administration

(3 credits)

COM 200

Speech Communication

(3 credits)

TERM 4

Term IV

Course Names

Credits

BUS 210

Business Communication Technology

(3 credits)

BUS 230

Accounting I

(3 credits)

BUS 121

Introduction to Business Communication

(3 credits)

BUS 370

Principles of Marketing

(3 credits)

LAW 330

Business Law

(3 credits)

Associates of Science in Ministry

Description 
The Associate’s Degree in Ministry has its foundation in ministerial preparation as well as general education. The program consists of general education courses and courses in ministry, theology, and religion. 

Program Objectives 
The Associate’s Degree in Ministry is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to listen, calculate, and communicate effectively and to be a 21st-century leader in ministry within this ever-changing society and to effectively reach the world for Jesus Christ. 

Prerequisites 
Students must meet the entrance requirements of the University of Fort Lauderdale. 

Credit Hours: 
60 credits 

General Education: 
36 credits: 12 courses (Humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, English, communications, science/mathematics, computers) 

Major Concentration: 
24 credits: Refer to the listing of major courses for associate study in ministry.

TERM 1

Term I

Course Names

Credits

ENG 101

English Grammar and Composition I

(3 credits)

HIS 101

Introduction to U.S. History

(3 credits)

LDR 101

Principles and Practices of Leadership

(3 credits)

REL 101

Old Testament Survey

(3 credits)

BUS 110

Introduction to Computers

(3 credits)

TERM 2

Term II

Course Names

Credits

MAT 200

College Algebra

(3 credits)

ENG 102

English Grammar and Composition II

(3 credits)

REL 120

New Testament Survey

(3 credits)

PSY 140

Introduction  to Psychology

(3 credits)

POS 200

Comparative Politics

(3 credits)

TERM 3

Term III

Course Names

Credits

COM 200

Speech Communication

(3 credits)

MIN 200

Foundation of Ministry

(3 credits)

SCI 101,160, 161

Health Sciences

(3 credits)

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

(3 credits)

HIS 102 –200

History II

(3 credits)

TERM 4

Term IV

Course Names

Credits

REL 170

Christian Ethics

(3 credits)

COU 300

Christian Counseling

(3 credits)

THE 120

Life of Christ

(3 credits)

THE 200

Introduction to Theology

(3 credits)

REL 340

Apologetics

(3 credits)

Sign Up Today. Satisfaction Guaranteed

Click Here to Sign Up

 

 

#