Business Management Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) Degree: Sales Management Concentration

Bramson ORT College's Business Management Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) with a Concentration in Sales Management Degree offers a comprehensive, state-accredited distance learning curriculum. The Business Management Degree requires that students take courses in leadership, communications and human psychology—all important areas for career development that are necessary in the field of business management. Later courses will provide students with home study instruction in advertising, entrepreneurship, sales promotion, marketing, finance and money management, human resource management, organizational behavior, public relations, and much more. These courses will provide students with leadership skills and the knowledge to organize employees and manage projects.

The Business Management A.A.S. is an excellent program for students wishing to explore a path in entrepreneurship. Students are provided with a comprehensive review of all aspects of business, as well as extensive course training. Upon completion, graduates will be prepared to enter the business environment and advance to management levels.

Credits obtained by students while in the Business Management Associate Degree with a Concentration in Sales Management Program are transferable to four-year programs at other colleges and universities worldwide. In order to earn the Business Management with a Concentration in Sales Management Associate Degree at Bramson ORT College, a student must complete at least 63 credits.

Program Summary Chart


Business Management Associate Degree
Sales Management Concentration

Program Length:

63 semester credits

Entrance Dates:

Rolling Semesters


Queens & Brooklyn Campuses

Admission Requirements:

Admission Bramson ORT College's Business Management Associate Degree with a Concentration in Sales Management Program is open to all students who demonstrate academic preparedness, maturity and seriousness of purpose with backgrounds appropriate to their chosen program of studies.

Please visit the Admissions Office for the complete requirements. High School Diploma or High School Equivalency is required.


More Information
Business Management Department
Bramson ORT College
69-30 Austin Street
Forest Hills, NY 11375
Phone: 877-281-3717

Business Management
18 Credits
Required Major Courses
AC111 Principles of Accounting I
3 Credits
AC112 Principles of Accounting II
3 Credits
AC121 Business Law I
3 Credits
BM100 Introduction to Business
3 Credits
BM110 Business Management
3 Credits
CS100 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
3 Credits
Sales Management Concentration
21 Credits
Elective Major Courses - Select credits from the list of courses:
AC122 Business Law II
3 Credits
AC130 Principle of Finance
3 Credits
AC221 Taxation I
3 Credits
AC261 Advanced Computer Applications for Business
3 Credits
BM130 Principle of Salesmanship
3 Credits
BM140 Small Business Management
3 Credits
BM150 Sales Psychology
3 Credits
BM160 Essential of Advertising
3 Credits
BM170 Management in Hotel and Hospitality Industry
3 Credits
BM180 Human Resources Managment
3 Credits
BM290 Business Communications
3 Credits
BM296 Business Intership I
3 Credits
BM297 Business Intership II
3 Credits
CS206 Advanced Computer Applications
3 Credits
CS241 Web Design
3 Credits
MA110 Business Mathematics
3 Credits
SS101 Keyboarding I
3 Credits
SS121 Word Processing I
3 Credits
Required Art and Sciences Courses
15 Credits
(General Education)
EN100 English Composition I
3 Credits
IL100 Information Literacy
2 Credits
JP100 Career Planning
1 Credits
Select one course out of the following:
MA120 Statistics
3 Credits
MA121 College Algebra And Trigonometry
3 Credits
MA125 Pre-Calculus I
3 Credits
MA130 Discrete Mathematics
3 Credits
Select two courses out of the following:
EC100 Economics
3 Credits
LA140 American History I
3 Credits
LA141 American History II
3 Credits
LA160 American Government
3 Credits
LA161 State and Local Government
3 Credits
Elective Art and Sciences Courses
9 Credits
General Education Courses (Select three)
9 Credits
Select credits from the list of liberal arts courses which are not required liberal arts.

Career Outlook

Recent graduates usually obtain entry-level, junior, or assistant positions and may advance with successful work experience, additional education, and participation in company sponsored training programs. Specific job descriptions vary greatly by industry, by the nature and size of the organization, and by level. Examples of careers that Bramson ORT graduates have pursued can be found below.

  • Office Manager
  • Retail Manager
  • Administrative Manager
  • Office Assistant
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Market Researcher
  • Advertising Assistant
  • Sales Manager
  • Sales Representative
  • Sales Assistant
  • Hotel Manager
  • Hotel Specialist
  • Hotel Office Support
  • Food Service Manager
  • Lodging Managers
  • Meeting & Convention Planner
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Training Specialist
  • Labor Relations Specialist
  • Consultant
  • School Administrator
  • Entrepreneur
  • Business Owner
  • Assistant Business Analyst
  • Non-Profit Manager

  • Employment Opportunities

    Below you will find a table of average annual salaries for Bookkeeping Clerks. Salaries are listed by both position and industry/sector.These salaries have been provided by the U.S. Department of Labor and Bramson ORT College's Career Services Center.


    Average Salary

    Industry / Sector

    Human Resources, Training, & Labor Relations Specialist


    Management of Companies & Enterprises

    Sales Manager


    Department Stores

    Sales Representative


    Professional & Commercial Equipment

    Food Service Managers


    Special Food Services

    Lodging Managers


    Traveler Accommodation

    Meeting & Convention Planners


    Management, Scientific, & Technical Consulting Services