Management and Human Resource Management
Degree Planning Resources
Guidelines and Course Maps
- Business, Management & Economics Area of Study Guidelines
- Business Management and Economics Area of Study Course Map (PDF 622kB)
- Previous Business, Management & Economics Area of Study Guidelines (for students who matriculated prior to Fall 2021)
- Human Resource Management Program Requirements
- Management Program Requirements
Associate of Science in Business, Management and Economics with a concentration in Accounting
Specific guidelines have been developed for concentrations in the following areas:
- Accounting Practices concentration guidelines for students matriculated beginning Spring 2019
- information systems
- international business
- labor relations
- public administration
- Degree Planning and Assessment (login required)
- Accessibility Resources and Services (login required)
- Educational Planning: Mapping your learning (OER text)
- iPLA Worksheet and Guides
The college has a number of resources and tools to help you in your learning. Pay particular attention to writing support, support with math, academic support and study skills. Academic Support online workshops are also offered throughout the year on a wide range of topics. These resources and tools are available at the Academic Support website and in MyESC, Academic Support (login required).
The SUNY Empire State College Online Library also has many workshops and resources for students, including help with APA and MLA citation styles, and searching for and identifying scholarly sources.
Sample Degree Program Plans
Sample degree program plans illustrate the degree program format and provide examples of some different types of individualized degree programs. The degree program is divided into two columns. The column on the left lists all the courses in the concentration, while the column on the right lists all of the general learning courses. SUNY Empire State College students work closely with their faculty mentors to design their own degree programs that meet the student’s needs and goals.