About the Degree
General Education Requirements
CCV’s Business degree prepares you for a variety of career options in business, industry, government, and education. You can follow a traditional curriculum to prepare for employment in a corporate setting or select from courses that will help you develop the entrepreneurial skills necessary to own and operate your own small business. The popularity of small business ownership is well addressed in business courses at CCV, and the program provides ample opportunity for you to explore the possibilities for business ownership.
+ This program can be completed fully online.
Graduates of the Business program will be able to:
- describe what managers do, how businesses operate, and how markets behave, all within the context of a changing business environment and with an understanding of legal, ethical, and professional issues that arise within businesses;
- demonstrate communication (oral, written, technological), team work, and management skills;
- demonstrate the ability to gather information, frame business problems, and apply knowledge and theory to actual business situations through case studies, simulation, or internships;
- demonstrate academic skills required of all CCV graduates, including competency in writing, information literacy, oral communication, and quantitative reasoning; and
- explore pathways for educational and career development in the student’s field of study.
The Business program is great for you if:
- you are currently working in a business or want to work in a corporate or small business setting;
- you are interested in owning your own business;
- you have problem solving skills, can communicate effectively, are comfortable with technology, and enjoy management, marketing, and accounting; and
- you are interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business or Entrepreneurship.
Key information and advice for students in the Business program:
- CCV’s Business program prepares students for entry level supervision, management, and marketing positions in a variety of settings.
- Students may follow a traditional curriculum to prepare for employment in a corporate setting or select courses to develop entrepreneurial skills for small businesses.
- Students may use elective credits to build additional skills in areas such as accounting, technology, marketing, management or prepare for transfer to a 4-year program.
- The Business degree program shares many courses with CCV’s associate’s degree in Accounting making a double major a good choice for some students.
The Business program prepares you for careers such as:
- Business Owner
- Export Clerk
- Human Resource Supervisor
- Investment Counselor
- Warehouse Supervisor
- Sales Manager
Job Outlook in Business in the state of Vermont:
|Non-Retail Sales Supervisor/Manager
Source: Vermont Department of Labor, http://www.vtlmi.info/oic.cfm
For more information about special transfer agreements between CCV and other colleges, visit our transfer page.
Visit www.vtcolleges.org to learn about additional bachelor degree options in Vermont.