técnico superior en dirección y administración de empresas

Discussion in 'Specialized Terminology' started by Michi, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. Michi Senior Member

    Hi everybody. I need to know how to say (or explain, if it doesn't exist in English) the degree of "técnico superior en dirección y administración de empresas". In Argentina it's a step before getting your "licenciatura" (which in English doesn't exist). It's for one of my students who needs to fill in a form for an American corporation, under the field of Studies/Career. Thanks!!! Michi
  2. rholt

    rholt Senior Member

    Louisiana en Venezuela
    English - Louisiana
    I've always thought of the TSU as similar
    to the Junior College system in the states.
    Which are mainly 2 year colleges.
  3. Michi Senior Member

    What about B.A. in business administration? I've read the previous threads posted, but I'm still in doubt.
  4. jaimichu Senior Member

    København, DK
    Spanish / Spain
    Michi, yo creo que BA corresponde más a una licenciatura que a lo que tú planteas.
  5. vicdark

    vicdark Senior Member

    Español, Bolivia
    Concuerdo con Jaimichu. B.A (Bachellor of Arts) corresponde a un grado de al menos 4 años de estudios universitarios.

    El Junior College (2 años o 4 semestres) de la comunidad donde vivo ofrece el grado de Business Administration, A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science). Posiblemente otros Junior College lo llamen de otras maneras.

    El programa de estudio puede verse aquí.
  6. Michi Senior Member

    Thank you so much! this community is always so helpful!!!
  7. Sherlockat

    Sherlockat Senior Member

    Castilian (Patagonian)
    Be careful, In English countries do exist such qualifications ("técnico superior"). At least in Australia, it's called "Advanced Diploma or Diploma" awarded by a TAFE (Technical and Further Education). For further info, please check on http://www.unisanet.unisa.edu.au/maturestudy/EntryPathways/TAFE/whatisTAFE.asp

    That said, my attempt is to say: Advanced Diploma of Management

    NB: Just in case: Diploma is nothing to do with "diplomado."
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2011
  8. Michi Senior Member

    Very interesting.Thanks!!!

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