Business Administration: Shooting And Hunting Sports Management is an Associate Degree program.
It can be taken as a hybrid program (part classroom, part online) or completely online. The curriculum is a unique combination of business and shooting sports principles designed to prepare students for a career in the retail shooting and hunting sports industry.
Successful graduates are prepared for employment in large and small retail sporting centers, private shooting sports businesses and shooting sports equipment manufacturing.
The curriculum was developed with input from retailers and sportsmen who recognized the need for trained individuals in the industry.
|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 +/-|
|Retail: Sales Manager||160||0.24%||$45,248|
Take just four, online core courses and earn your Certificate in Shooting and Hunting Sports.
Earn your Business Administration: Shooting and Hunting Sports Management associate’s degree from any internet connected computer, anywhere in the United States. The program’s four core courses are online only, but you may choose to take the rest of the program on campus, online, or hybrid, which is a combination of online and on campus classes.
All of MCC’s online courses are presented in Blackboard: an interactive course management system. The courses are taught live, and instructors are available to answer questions and give feedback.
Each course is designed to give you the most comprehensive business training in the shooting sports industry.
The Gunsmithing Society is a voluntary campus organization that provides students with opportunities to promote their profession and learn about people and agencies that play a vital role in their field. One such opportunity is the annual SHOT (Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade) Show, which students raise funds to attend each year.
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.
"One of the biggest challenges facing retailers in the industry is finding qualified candidates who have a balance of knowledge of both business and outdoor recreation. There are plenty of people who hunt and shoot applying for jobs, but this program would cause the people making the hiring decisions to take a second look at an application."
Manager, Gander Mountain