There are only two kinds of people on Planet Earth . . . Those who study Business and those who WISH they studied Business. Every organization is a business. Employers need support personnel, managers and leaders.
- HCC Business faculty members are caring, capable, and committed instructors who help students succeed.
- HCC Business students get high quality instruction in small face-to-face or online classes.
- The low tuition at HCC is a great bargain!
- HCC is widely recognized as a premier two-year college in Kansas.
I Want To Be In Management
It is a wise choice to learn about management at HCC! Every organization needs
managers to plan, organize, staff, lead, and control. If you intend to transfer
to a university after HCC, then Business Administration is the right major for
you. If you want to advance your career, but you don't want to move on to a
university and earn a bachelors degree, then you ought to major in Business
Management & Entrepreneurship. Either way, we look forward to studying
Business with you at HCC.
I Like Accounting
If you are interested in Accounting, HCC has several options from which you can choose. Would you like to attend HCC, then transfer to a university to complete a bachelor's degree? Would you like to earn a two-year degree that prepares you to go to work? Or would you like to gain the specific skills you need for your current job? No matter which choice you make, HCC has an option for you!
I Want To Be An Administrative Assistant
If you are interested in working in business in a supportive role, this program provides training to be a successful member of the office team. You can either earn a certificate or degree.
The following Hutchinson Community College Business Programs and Areas of Study are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ASBSP):
Business Administrative Technology - Office Support
Business Administrative Technology - Accounting Services
Business Management and Entrepreneurship
Transfer Business Areas of Study - Accounting, Business Administration, and General Business http://www.acbsp.org/