The two-year Entry Management degree prepares you to become an effective business leader in today’s rapidly changing competitive business environment. The program develops skills in accounting, motivating and managing employees, communication, marketing, public speaking, business software, community service, and financial management.
Whether you are new to the business world or are seeking to upgrade your skills, the program will provide the training you need to succeed.
The curriculum combines “leading edge” classroom instruction with on-the-job training (cooperative work experience).
The Entry Management program focuses on building strong leadership and organizational skills that will prepare students to be tomorrow’s business leaders. Primary occupations are supervision, business management, entrepreneurship, administrative/office management, financial management, marketing management, and human resources.
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Students entering the program are expected to have basic keyboarding and computer skills with business application software such as Word and Excel. If you do not have these basic skills, you should take Intro to Computer Information Systems (CIS120) during your first term at UCC.
Placement scores indicating MTH 020 or higher and WR 115 or higher are required for entry into the program.
Other Business Certificates & Degrees at UCC
- Accounting Technology AAS
- Ag Business Transfer
- Business Administration AS with SOU
- Entrepreneurship Pathways Certificate
- Financial Services Certificate
- Hospitality & Restaurant Mgmt Certificate
- Marketing AAS
- Supervision One-year Certificate
- WAFC Retail Management One-year Certificate
At UCC, you can earn a variety of certificates and degrees that can enhance your current career or place you in the workforce sooner. Plus, UCC offers:
• Expert faculty dedicated to teaching
• Personal attention and small class sizes
• Online classes
Prospective students should visit Advising and Career Services to get started and then see a program advisor (below) to develop a more focused educational plan.
Gary Gray - Contact
Assistant Professor, Business