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Instructor designs classes so that students learn by doing
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration emphasizes important business concepts and real world applications. It is a great way to start or move up the ladder in a career in business. Students will have flexibility in choosing what to learn about since students are able to select many of their courses as business electives. For students not wanting to commit to a full Associate of Applied Science degree, students can choose to achieve a diploma. The Business Administration program also offers certificates in Business Administration, Client Relations, Entrepreneurship, and Event-Venue Operations Management. The certificates allow students the opportunity to get customized training for their individual needs by taking only 36 credit hours.
The program is available at the Beatrice, Lincoln, and Milford campuses and online. On the Lincoln Campus, courses are offered both day and evening for flexibility. Contact the Beatrice or Milford program chairs for information on scheduling at those campuses.
Students will benefit from the more than 15 years of experience the Business Administration program has with online education. The Business Administration program was one of the first programs at Southeast Community College to offer an entire degree online. Some courses are offered in a hybrid format, which is a blend of online and traditional classroom instruction.
A unique benefit Business Administration students have is the use of the SCC Entrepreneurship Center in Lincoln. The SCC Entrepreneurship Center is a full-service resource hub for entrepreneurs in all stages of business development. The SCC Entrepreneurship Center also houses the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) and other resource organizations. Students are able to use the SCC Entrepreneurship Center as a resource for an existing business or as a new entrepreneur.
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