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Business Management

General Information

The associate of applied science degree in business management is designed to provide the student with a general background in business and an awareness of the organizational and environmental changes that continually challenge management.

Career Opportunities
Graduates of this program will potentially be prepared for entry-level employment as:

  • Business analysts
  • Customer service representatives
  • General business managers
  • Human resources managers
  • Office managers
  • Purchasing and logistics agents
  • Retail managers
  • Sales managers

Although this program is a two-year occupational program designed to prepare students for employment, many four-year colleges and universities will accept much of this curriculum in transfer. Please see a counselor in the Office of Admissions and Guidance for details.

Transfer Program
Seamless Articulation Agreement with Eastern Michigan University for a Bachelor of Business Administration - (MCCC AAS in Business Management
Business Management Department Faculty
Name Office Telephone Email
David Reiman C-221 (734) 384-4286
Wendy Wysocki C-214 (734) 384-4294
EMU Digital Marketing Workshop 2018

The below group attended the EMU Digital Marketing Workshop on Friday, November 16, 2018.  This year’s theme was, “Your Life in Data.”  The workshop included a keynote speaker (Ron Fournier, former publisher and editor of Crain’s Detroit Business), a choice of two of four concurrent sessions (including locally originating companies like Zingerman’s and Domino’s and large worldwide organizations like GM), and a wrap-up session during the luncheon (Steve Lowisz, a recruiting specialist).  The students participating were selected based on their GPA, business program focus, writing and communication skills, and leadership potential.

Before retiring in June 2018, Dr. Patrick J. Nedry wrote an MCCC Foundation grant request for the Business Division to fund a larger group of student attendees.  The Foundation request was granted allowing for the largest group of MCCC students to attend this event that is now in its eighth year.

EMU Workshop Group Photo

From Left, Abbie Lancaster, Olivia Harrington, Rachel Barron, Bethany Davis, Autumn Hensley, Professor Bradley Hesser (front), Allister Jones, Dr. Patrick Nedry (front), Valerie Schaefer, Lori Lindecker, Professor David Reiman.(Also attending but not in group photo, Brooke Salenbein and Dean Paul Knollman).
Here are a number of candid shots of students and faculty during the workshop:
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