General Business - CCL
The Certificate of Completion in General Business is designed for those employed in the field who need or want continuing education, or for those who cannot pursue a degree at this time, but want to enter the business field at an entry level point.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for each course listed in the Required Courses area.
|ACC111||Accounting Principles I||3|
|ACC112||Accounting Principles II||3|
|BPC110||Computer Usage & Applications (3) OR|
|CIS105||Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)||3|
|GBS151||Introduction to Business||3|
|GBS205||Legal, Ethical Regulatory Issues in Business||3|
|MGT175||Business Organization & Management||3|
|MGT251||Human Relations in Business||3|
|MKT271||Principles of Marketing||3|
- Identify and describe the fundamental principles and practices of accounting. (ACC111)
- Describe the uses of accounting in managerial decision-making. (ACC112)
- Apply microcomputer operations to personal business computers. (BPC110)
- Describe computer information systems, and apply fundamental computer concepts and programming techniques. (CIS105)
- Describe and analyze the structure and functioning of the American economy. (ECN211)
- Describe and analyze the theory of consumer choice, price determination, resource allocation, and income distribution. (ECN212)
- Describe the fundamental characteristics and functions o business in today's environment. (GBS151)
- Describe the legal environment of business, including judicial procedure, contracts, torts, and agency law. (GBS205)
- Describe and demonstrate the development of sound business communications. (GBS233)
- Describe the basic principles of the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling and apply these in a variety of business situations. (MGT175)
- Describe the human factors that influence motivation, communication, leadership and cultural differences within organizations. (MGT251)
- Describe the systems approach to marketing, including distribution, product promotion, and pricing strategies to satisfy consumer needs. (MKT271)
Additional information is available at MCCCD's Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation.
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