Students may choose from a degree, diploma or certificate in Business Administration in either a day, evening, or online hybrid program.
The curriculum combines the study of marketing, finance, accounting, human resources and communications fundamentals with an understanding of the impact of the global economy. Skills are developed through the study of computer applications, team building and decision making.
Successful graduates may attain entry-level employment in a broad range of business settings including government agencies, financial or educational institutions and small to large business or industry.
Students may choose from a number of traditional, fully online or hybrid courses. (Hybrids are courses that incorporate both classroom and online components.)
|Majors/Programs with Potential Occupations||Job Openings Projected To Year 2014 in Pee Dee WDB Region||Average % Total Job Openings In This Region||Est. Salary Range +/-|
|General/Operations Manager (Managers)||110||0.16%||$48,546|
The North Carolina REAL program offers students the opportunity to develop a functional business plan ready for review by financial institutions. It is an extremely interactive program involving class activities and group projects in place of the typical lecturebased curriculum. The course focuses on: critical thinking, creativity, persuasive communication, research, and use of technology – all tools used in business.
Phi Beta Lambda is a voluntary campus organization that provides students with leadership opportunities to gain valuable experience for the job market. Students participate in activities such as promoting their profession in the community; fundraising and outreach projects; and networking with people, agencies and organizations that play a vital role in their profession. Students have the opportunity to attend state and national conferences and compete with other students in various areas of specialization in the business professions.
“Being professional is important in my job, especially in dealing with the public. I learned professionalism at MCC. My classes were challenging, but the teachers work with you to help you succeed.”
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Montgomery Community College