Associate of Science in Business Administration

The AS-Business Administration degree plan contains all of the pre-requisite courses needed to transfer to a four-year university's College of Business. 

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The purpose of the Business Administration Department and its programs at South Plains College is to prepare the student for transfer to a university for completion of the bachelor's degree.  This objective is met by providing the basic curriculum that is the foundation for higher level business courses.

These basic college courses prepare you to specialize in one of these business areas:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Energy Commerce
  • Finance
  • General Business
  • Information Technology
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management

The courses outlined in the Business Administration curriculum at South Plains College are transferable to universities in the state of Texas.

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Levelland Campus:

Lauren Gregory
E-mail:  lwgregory@southplainscollege.edu
Department Chairperson BA/CIS
Associate Professor of Accounting

806.716.2249

Ann Gregory
E-mail:  agregory@southplainscollege.edu
Professor of Accounting
806.716.2250

James Kemper
E-mail:  jkemper@southplainscollege.edu
Assistant Professor of Economics
806.716.2957

Krisha Hoelscher
E-mail:  khoelscher@southplainscollege.edu

Instructor of Accounting and Business Administration
806.716.2244

Reese and Lubbock Campuses
Donovan Kauffman
E-mail: dkauffman@southplainscollege.edu
Associate Professor of Accounting
806.716.2909

Dale Robison
E-mail:  drobison@southplainscollege.edu
Associate Professor of Economics
806.716.4678

Below are some of our Outstanding Students who journeyed through our department on their way to outstanding careers.  Please click on their names for more information.

Elijah Williams - North American Sales Manager, Tweel Technologies

The classroom setting at SPC encourages the open exchange of ideas necessary to develop these important reasoning skills. Additionally, state-of-the-art computer labs provide you with an opportunity to use microcomputers for business applications and study.

Classes at SPC are small, averaging around 25 students, so you can be sure of receiving individual attention.

Corporate executives, certified public accountants, loan officers, financial planners and marketing consultants all have one thing in common. They possess a strong background in business administration. It has been estimated that three out of every four people in the United States work in a business-related field. The managerial, organizational and leadership skills that you acquire in your business administration studies will serve you well in any facet of life.

SPC offers free career assessment, resume builder, and potential work opportunities for all students.

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Scholarships are available for students enrolling in many of our majors. 

To apply, students must submit a scholarship application by the March 1 deadline.

Applicants must indicate their intended major area of study on the scholarship application in order to be considered for these scholarships.

Some programs require applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores with the application as required for college-wide scholarships.

Applications are screened by a departmental scholarship committee.

All scholarship awards are subject to availability of funds. 

Scholarship Information

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