Programs

Business Administration

Description

Business majors complete a general business administration curriculum that prepares them for a career in a non-profit, for-profit, and many facets of the business environment. Junior college students who take business classes in Chicago receive a foundation in business studies that includes accounting, management, marketing, global business, and economics. Many graduates of the Business Administration program at MacCormac College go on to continue their education at four-year institutions. MacCormac College offers a range of business classes at our campus in Chicago, as well as numerous online learning opportunities. Taking courses online offers the convenience of distance learning without sacrificing the quality of education. Business administration studies can teach effective business communication skills, leadership and management fundamentals, marketing and sales concepts (including social media marketing for businesses), information technology skills, entrepreneurship, business ethics, human resources, and more.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES

ACCT-1050

Financial Accounting Principles I

3.0

BUS-1200

Introduction to Business

3.0

BUS-1600

Business Law

3.0

BUS-2400

Principles of Marketing

3.0

BUS-2500

Managing Human Capital

3.0

BUS-2510

Introduction to International Business

3.0

BUS-2550

Principles of Management

3.0

BUS-2570

Fundamentals of Business and Finance

3.0

BUS-2600

CAPSTONE: Business Plan Development

3.0

ECON-2210

Macroeconomics

 
 

OR

3.0

ECON-2220

Microeconomics

 
     

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

COL-1010

First-Year Experience

1.0

CIS-1150

Introduction to Computers

3.0

COL-2750

Professional Experience

3.0

ENG-1010

College Composition I

3.0

ENG-1020

College Composition II

3.0

ENG-1800

Business Writing

3.0

MATH-1600

College Algebra

3.0

PHIL-2050

Introduction to Ethics

3.0

PSY-1010

Introduction to Psychology

3.0

SOC-2010

Introduction to Sociology

3.0

SPE-2110

Speech Communication

3.0

 

DEGREE CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED

61.0