Did you know that a business degree is a terrific jump start to a variety of occupations across an endless array of industries? Students with an AAS in Business Administration leave KCC with the skills to begin new careers, pursue their entrepreneurial dreams, earn promotions in their current workplaces, or transfer successfully to the university level. Completion of a shorter certificate or even just a few business courses can be an outstanding addition to a degree in accounting, criminal justice, and a variety of other areas.
This program at KCC has been carefully crafted to include tools, applications, and opportunities to practice skills from management, accounting, marketing, business technology, law, social media, human relations, and communications. You will work closely with an advisor to schedule coursework every term so you can be assured that we will help you achieve your academic goals!
I’m not sure if I am interested in business. How can I check it out?
Great question! Enroll in BUS 101 Intro to Business during any term and explore the variety of topics related to a business program. If business is not for you, your faculty will help you explore other areas to find the perfect program to meet your needs!
How can I fit a business degree into my hectic life?
We have many options for you! Some students complete their degree online and never have to visit campus; others attend part time, and many take a blend of face-to-face and online courses. Let us help you determine the best plan for you to complete your degree with a schedule that truly works for you.
I am a new supervisor and just have time for a few courses to get started. What do you recommend?
Congratulations on your supervisor role! KCC actually offers a series of four courses that make up a “First-Line Supervisor Fundamentals” certificate so that sounds like a great place for you to start! You will complete coursework in business communication, management fundamentals, computer applications, and human relations in organizations, and the best part is that all of those courses are part of the AAS if you decide to continue on with your education!