Business enrollment numbers by area
- ACAAS: 329 students
- BGAAS: 530 students
- BSTAA: 640 students
Almost half of students (49%) were in academic transfer programs; close to four of 10 (38%) were in career/technical programs; and some (13%) were undecided.
MCC Business Student Performance on Outbound Assessments
The following table benchmarks MCC Business students with relatively similar student populations at other 2-year institutions. This information assesses strengths and informs opportunities for curriculum and program improvements.
|Content Area Assessed
||Metropolitan Community College
||Similar 2-year institutions
|Legal Environment of Business
|Human Resource Management
Data compiled by Peregrine Academic Services, a division of Peregrine Global Services, Inc. for the period of 9/1/2019 - 7/16/2020.
Graduate Outcomes Employment and Wage Data is sourced from the Nebraska Department of Labor, Nebraska Longitudinal Data System. This includes data specific to employing industries and earnings.
Companies and organizations are often impressed by job applicants who have industry knowledge and participation. Many professional organizations and associations provide student membership opportunities allowing students to participate in meetings, attend conferences, etc. These are outstanding collaborative and networking platforms and valuable inclusions on professional profiles on Linkedin and resumes.