2021-2022 Catalog

Associate in Arts in Acquisition and Contract Management

The Associate in Arts in Acquisition and Contract Management program focuses on developing general business skills to acquire and manage contracts, including scheduling, cost and price. Students will be prepared to manage contracts. The program will also equip students to work within an organization to acquire and manage federal, state or local business contracts.


Graduates of this program may be able to apply all credits earned toward a Bachelor of Business Administration.

Also available: a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Acquisition and Contract Management, and a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Acquisition.

This program is not available at the Arkansas, Mississippi or New Jersey campuses and is available in an online-only format to Arkansas, Mississippi and New Jersey students. Pennsylvania students enrolled in this program must follow the requirements as set forth in the Pennsylvania section of the catalog. This program is called the Associate of Applied Business in Acquisition and Contract Management in Ohio.

The Strayer University Associate in Arts in Acquisition and Contract Management degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), 11520 West 119th Street, Overland Park, KS 66213, 913.339.9356.



ACC 100Accounting I

BUS 100Introduction to Business

BUS 315Cost and Price Analysis

BUS 319Principles of Federal Acquisition and Contract Management

BUS 330Contract Administration and Management

BUS 375Project Management

Total Credit Hours:27.0

General Education Core

CIS 101Navigating a Digital World

COM 100Communication at Work

COM 200Communication: The Key to Working Together

ECO 110Taking Charge of Your Economic Future 

ENG 116Discover the Writer in You

ENG 201The Power of Persuasion 

HIS 110U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future

HUM 201Exploring Cultures: Adapting in a Global World

MAT 110Using Math to Inform Your World

PSY 101Smarter Decisions through Psychology

SCI 201Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 

SOC 101The Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 

WRK 100Preparing for the Future of Work

Total Credit Hours:58.5


These courses are selected in consultation with a dean, advisor or coach.

Total Credit Hours:4.5

All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours.

Total Credit Hours: 90.0