Interested in leading a team, being an entrepreneur, or top notch problem solver? A career in business may be perfect.
WSCC’s Business division is prepared to help you face the challenges of the emerging economy. Our programs help develop your communication skills, improve your ability to solve problems in your specific industry, and to explore technology related to your field of study. Business students may gain practical work experience before graduation by completing an internship.
The Business faculty bring their outside work experience and their knowledge of the business world into the classroom. Student professional organizations provide additional opportunities to learn outside the classroom setting.
A graduate of WSCC’s Accounting Associate Degree program will have the skills needed in entry‐level accounting positions. Complexity of the work will vary with the size and volume of the employee’s activities and the firm’s procedures. Most starting jobs will involve tasks such as keeping records of day‐to‐day business transactions, making entries in account ledgers, monitoring cash receipts and disbursements, processing appropriate budgetary costing procedures, and preparing balance sheets and materials for financial reports.
Potential careers in accounting include:
Business administration personnel control or direct the operation of a business, manufacturing plant, or similar organization. In general, they establish and/or carry out the policies of the organization, and plan and organize the operations of the departments under their direction. They see that the work of their department is coordinated with the operations of the whole organization and must be constantly alert to avoid wasting time, energy, and materials.
Potential careers in business administration include:
- Market research analysts and marketing specialists
- Online merchants
- Sales managers
- First-line supervisors of office and administrative support workers
- Administrative services managers
- Human Resources Specialist
- Secretaries and administrative assistants
- Receptionists and information clerks
- Executive secretaries and executive administrative assistants
Medical Office Information Systems
Medical office information systems prepares the student with the skills for an entry‐level medical office position. The student will be trained to understand and use medical terminology, work with appointment schedules, and understand the overall workings of a medical office.
Potential careers in medical office information systems include:
- Bachelor’s Degree, Various Areas (3+1) – Davenport University
- Business Administration, B.S. – Ferris State University
- Accounting, AAAS
- Business Administration, AAAS
- Business Skills Certificate
- Medical Office Biller/Coder Certificate
- Medical Office Certificate
- Medical Office Information Systems, AAAS
- Agricultural Science – AAAS and Certificate in IAT Agricultural Operations in cooperation with Michigan State University
- Agricultural Science – AAAS and Certificate in IAT Fruit and Vegetable Crop Management in cooperation with Michigan State University
- Agricultural Science – AGRIBUSINESS – AAAS and Certificate in IAT Agriculture Operations in cooperation with Michigan State University
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