MCC Business Generalist associate in applied science degree (BGAAS)
The Business Generalist Associate in Applied Science Degree (BGAAS) is a program designed to provide students with a practical application of business principles leading to a variety of career paths. Employment opportunities in business are projected to grow at a rate faster than the average for all occupations, adding more than one-half million new jobs over the next ten years. Graduates can select from small to mid-size companies or large corporate organizations. Some may elect to work for business entities that focus on local or regional markets while others may choose firms that serve a global customer base.
Courses in this degree are accepted at a number of colleges and universities. Students can access the MCC Transfer Center to get current information including transfer information by
accessing the MCC Transfer Center page, emailing email@example.com or calling 531-622-1111.
Why AN MCC business Degree?
As compared to those with only a high school diploma, full-time workers with an associate degree often experience:
AFFORDABLE: MCC tuition is affordable. MCC students graduate with the lowest debt burden compared to any other school in Nebraska.
ACCESSIBLE: MCC classes are accessible at numerous campuses, and are offered in many modalities including on-line, hybrid, and accelerated.
PRACTICAL: MCC business courses educate students in practical business principles to prepare students to solve real-world business problems.
Beginning fall 2021, MCC students interested in specializing in a particular area of Business may pursue any of the below Career Certificates. All of these Career Certificates are pathed to the Business Professional Certificate of Achievement and the Business Administration Associate in Applied Science degree.
Beginning in fall 2021, MCC Business students can pursue one or more stacked credentials as they path to completion.
BGAAS Learning Goals:
Prepare a business report that effectively communicates to a target audience.
Identify ethical dilemmas in business situations.
Recommend ethical courses of action in business.
Explain how diversity affects the business environment.
Apply a decision-making process to business issues.
Apply core concepts of the foundational business disciplines: accounting, business law, economics, finance, marketing, and management.
Design a career development plan.
Tuition & Financial Assistance
Metropolitan Community College Business and Accounting degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.