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The world runs on business, and people with business skills are needed across all industries, institutions and organizations.  A career in business is typically fast-paced, challenging and rewarding.

Business graduates find jobs in large and small private companies, department stores, restaurants, in government and in education.  In addition, some graduates start their own businesses.

Almost every organization and institution today has a business office. Entry-level managers and those experienced in accounting, marketing or economics are needed in all offices.

Business managers and administrators are needed to effectively direct business activities. Communication, decision-making, planning, organizing, evaluating and entrepreneurship skills are among those characteristics most desired by employers.

These wide-open opportunities give business graduates the chance to contribute in areas that suit their particular interests and goals. There are many specialties within the business world, which enables you to select the profession that best meets your personal abilities and interests.  LCCC offers majors in business management, marketing, finance, computer information systems, entrepreneurship, tourism and more.  

Associate of Applied Business Programs
Students who earn applied associate degrees typically plan to enter the workforce after earning their LCCC degrees.  And if you plan to continue your education, most course credits may be applied to related bachelor's and masters' programs at the LCCC University Partnership and other institutions. Check with an LCCC advisor for specific course-transfer requirements. 

Associates of Applied Business degrees are offered in the following majors:

  • Accounting
  • Administrative Office Information Systems
  • Banking and Finance
  • Business Administration - Entrepreneurship
    Business Administration - Human Resource Management
  • Business Administration -Management
  • Business Administration - Marketing
  • Financial Services
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Tourism - Hospitality Major
  • Tourism - Travel Industry Major
    Tourism - Culinary Arts
  • Workplace Relations

One-Year Technical Certificate
The One-Year Technical Certificate is awarded for completion of an approved program of not less than 32 semester credit hours.  A certificate of proficiency can usually be completed in two semesters. Course credits can typically be applied to related associate degree programs at LCCC. 

One-Year Technical Certificates are offered in:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Office Assistant
  • Word/Information Processing

Click here for a list of all business degrees and certificate programs

Learn more about a business education at LCCC
Would you like to know more about how to start your business education at LCCC?  Just call  440-366-7401 or visit the LCCC Connections Center for more information.

 

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