Business Administration

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Program Overview

For advising and financial aid information: 816.604.1000

MCC Campus(es): Blue River, Business & Technology, Longview, Maple Woods, Penn Valley

Contacts for program information:

BR-Lynn Canaday, 816.604.6678
LV-Randy Kidd, 816.604.2597  Zack McNeil, 816.604.2522
MW-Kim Luken, 816.604.3106 James Moes, 816.604.3184

Description

Learn the basics of business and you'll have the key to understanding the functions of the business world that are applicable to virtually every career. As a business professional, you'll be able to analyze and suggest ways to improve profits, productivity and organizational structure.

At MCC, you can choose from a robust selection of business courses, including accounting, management, human resource management, marketing, business law, logistics, income taxes, entrepreneurship, supervision, and much more.

Choose from two paths:

1. Associate in Arts - Business Track (Transfer Degree)

Choose the two-year Associate in Arts - Business Track if you want to transfer to another college for a four-year degree, or haven't decided on a major. In addition to the business advising track requirements, you'll cover the required general education coursework and electives for a total of 60 credit hours. Please speak with an advisor regarding the best course sequence.

  • Business Advising Track

    BSAD 101     Accounting Principles I

    BSAD 102     Accounting Principles II

    BSAD 270     Legal Environment of Business

    ECON 210    Macroeconomics

    ECON 211    Microeconomics

    MATH 115    Statistics

  • Associate in Arts - General Ed Requirements

 

2. Associate in Applied Science (Career Preparation)

Choose this degree if you are seeking employment immediately after graduation. You can select one of the following areas of emphasis: accounting, logistics, or management. You'll complete 18 hours of general education requirements with the remaining hours devoted to general business and emphasis courses for a total of 65 credit hours.

 

Last Modified: 9/16/14