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Business Management

General Information

This associate of applied science degree has been developed to provide the student with a general background in business, and an awareness of the organizational and environmental changes that continually challenge management.

The associate of applied science in business management may be substantially completed* via the MCCC-Online Option. To learn more, contact a counselor, academic advisor, program faculty member or the Business Division dean to explore options.

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

Retail managers
Sales managers
Customer service representatives
Business analysts
Office managers
Human resource managers
General business managers

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Although this program is a two-year occupational program designed to prepare students for employment, many four-year collegess and universities will accept much of this curriculum in transfer. See an MCCC counselor 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
Dr. Patrick Nedry C-206 (734) 384-4122 pnedry@monroeccc.edu
David Reiman C-221 (734) 384-4286 dreiman@monroeccc.edu
Wendy Wysocki C-214 (734) 384-4294 wwysocki@monroeccc.edu
       
EMU Digital Marketing Workshop

On Friday, November 17, 2017, five business management students were invited to be guests of EMU and the Business Division Business Management faculty and Dean at the Digital Marketing Workshop at EMU: Anna Winkelman, Rebecca Segaert, Nathan Grodi, Rachel Sortor, and Autumn Hensley. They are wonderful ambassadors for MCCC! 

These students were invited to attend this event because of their GPA’s, the amount of course work completed in the Business Management program, evidence of their leadership promise, and their writing skills.

Also attending were:  Dean Paul Knollman, and Business Management professors Dr. Patrick Nedry, Professor Reiman, and Professor Wysocki.
 
Among the presenters were the keynote speaker, Jenn Hayman, Director of Marketing, Zingerman’s Service Network, Ann Arbor and Dr. Bud Gibson, Founder and Director of the EMU Center for Digital Engagement.  There were many presenters who represented small to large enterprises who shared their experiences in the rapidly changing field of Digital Marketing.

EMU Digital Workshop
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Bud Gibson, Director EMU Center for Digital Engagement Bud Gibson, Director EMU Center for Digital Engagement
Jenn Hayman Jenn Hayman
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Session Participants Anna, Rebecca, Nathan, Rachel
Participants in session Anna, Rebecca, Nathan, Rachel, Autumn
Dr. Nedry, Dean Knollman, Prof. Wysocki, Autumn Hensley, Rebecca Segaert, 
Anna Winkelman, Rachel Sortor, Nathan Grodi, and Prof. David Reiman

Dr. Nedry, Dean Knollman, Prof. Wysocki, Autumn Hensley, Rebecca Segaert,
Anna Winkelman, Rachel Sortor, Nathan Grodi, and Prof. David Reiman

Anna Winkelman Autumn Hensley
Anna Winkelmann Autumn Hensley
Nathan Grodi Rachel Sortor
Nathan Grodi Rachel Sortor
Rebecca Segaert  
Rebecca Segaert