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Business and Innovation



Start on a versatile career path and learn skills that help in nearly every industry. Take classes with experienced professionals and get internships in many business fields. Advance your career or go on to study at a four-year university.

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Iryna Chervenkova, Success Center Specialist

Degrees and Certificates in Business

Put Your Mind to It

Following graduation, Business graduates can find jobs in payroll, bookkeeping, tax preparation, business administration, banking, retail management, small business, sales/advertising, and as financial brokers.

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Being a self-starter is critically important because, in the world of entrepreneurship, you have to invent your own path. Tim Kovar, Adjunct Business Instructor

Areas of Study in Business

  • Accounting: study how a business runs.
  • General business: learn business administration and management.
  • Interdisciplinary entrepreneurship: find out how to run your own business.
  • Management: learn how to solve problems, plan, lead and organize.
  • Marketing: use creative and analytical skills to promote and sell.
  • Real estate: if you enjoy working with other people, learn how to work in real estate.


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With more than 50 programs in total, something is bound to align with your goals. Find out which one is the right fit for you.

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