MCC’s Business program provides students with the fundamental skills needed to succeed in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. It offers classes in-person at four campuses conveniently located throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, online, and live virtually. Students obtain the skills, knowledge, and abilities sought by workforce partners who hire current students, promote graduates, and continuously develop them for career advancement on a pathway to high wage jobs in any of the following emphasis areas.
* Can be taken 100% online
Whichever pathway chosen students graduate with the skills, knowledge and abilities sought by workforce partners who hire current students, promote graduates, and continuously develop them for career advancement on a pathway to high wage jobs.
Get the skills to move up in your career or launch a new one. MCC's Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Business Management accelerated evening plan makes it easier to prioritize the educational path to your future.
This degree transfers seamlessly to Northwest Missouri State University in Kansas City, Maryville or online and Bachelor of Applied Science in Management or Marketing.
*Source: MDHEWD Missouri Comprehensive Fee Survey for Public Institutions of Higher Education: FY2022
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Business degrees and certificates are the gateway to many career options. Depending on your emphasis area, your education will equip you to develop into any of the following roles among others:
The A.A.S. in Business transfers seamlessly to Northwest Missouri State University. Additionally, Northwest will accept up to 90 credit hours from MCC students who have completed the A.A.S. in Business saving students more than $8,000 in tuition compared to alternative transfer pathways.
Students planning to transfer to any other 4-year college or university should complete the associate of arts and consult an academic advisor to identify the elective courses best suited for the transfer institution.