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Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences in Wine Business  

This schedule lists all courses required for completion of the Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences in Wine Business, but the actual order and specific coursework may vary depending on student placement, start date, and quarter. Please check with your advisor prior to any substitutions.

The required related instruction is noted in bold print. The letter in parenthesis indicates which category of related instruction is represented by the given course as follows:

(W) -Written Communications (O) - Oral Communications
(R) - Human Relations (M) - Computation/Mathematics
(J) - Job Seekings Skills (L) - Leadership

 

Year One
 
Fall Quarter
BUS 102, Customer Service
5
BUS& 101, Intro to Business*
5
EV 106, Intro to Viticulture & Enology for Wine Marketing Students****
3
BUS 112, Business Mathematics (M)
5
Total Credits
18
 
Winter Quarter
ACCT& 201, Principles of Accounting I
5
BUS 210, Principles of Marketing
5
EV 108, Wine Industry Marketplace (J)
3
ENGL& 101, English Composition I (W)
5
Total Credits
18
 
Spring Quarter
AGRI 211, Small Business Management *
5
CS 110, Introduction to Computers and Applications *
5
EV 141, Introduction to Wine Marketing
3
EV 299, Professional Wine Leadership (L)
1
Total Credits
14
 
 
Total Year One Credits
50
 
Year Two
Fall Quarter
BUS& 201, Business Law I
5
CA 133, Food and Wine/Beverage
4
ECON 200, Survey of Economics
5
BUS 157, Human Relations in Business (R)
5
Total Credits
19
 
Winter Quarter
BUS 215, eMarketing
5
EV 142, Direct to Consumer Wine Marketing
3
EV 180, Wines of the World
1
CMST& 220, Public Speaking (O)
5
Total Credits
14
 
Spring Quarter
EV 191, Cooperative Work Experience**
6
EV 131, Essentials of Winery Compliance
2
EV 189, Sensory Analysis of Wine
3
EV 193, Winery Operations Management
3
Total Credits
14
 
Total Year Two Credits
47
   
Total Credits
97
   
* - Students may choose from courses as follows: Bus 101 OR Bus 110; Agri 211 OR Bus 189; CS 110 OR CS 100.

** - Students must complete 6 credits of Cooperative Work Experience to earn degree. Co-op hours may be completed in the summer.

*** - It is recommended that students obtain their MAST permit within the first year of the program to facilitate volunteer and cooperative learning opportunities.

**** - Students are required to attend an Orientation to the EV program, prior to enrollment in EV 106. Students must submit the following to the EV Department before enrollment in any EV courses: (1) Current Resume - Typed (2) Typed Essay - 500 words or less, covering the following areas: - Why you have chosen to pursue studies in Wine Marketing - What positive attributes you bring to the Wine MArketing program at WWCC - What you plan to accomplish with your degree

(M) - BUS 112, BUS 113, MATH 115
(W) - BUS 137, ENGL& 101, WRITE 100
(R) - BUS 157
(O) - CMST& 220
(J) - EV 108
(L) - EV 299

Transferability:
The AAAS Degree is designed for students planning to enter their chosen career upon graduation. Often only selected credits are considered transferable to public or private baccalaureate institutions.

CIP:01.0101
EPC: 110D

 

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