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The associate degree and certificate of achievement curriculum in accounting prepares students for entry-level positions and professional advancement in public, private, and governmental accounting. Entry-level employment opportunities include positions such as accounts payable/receivable clerk, payroll accountant, accounting paraprofessional, and tax examiner assistant.
The Business Department also offers a transfer curriculum to a four-year university. You can view the details for the AS-T degree by clicking the AS degree for Transfer link located in the left pane.
The Management and Supervision Program is designed to provide students with comprehensive knowledge of supervisory principles and applications, knowledge of human relations, and communication skills. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for entry level positions in management/supervision and to prepare current lead workers, first line supervisors, and middle managers for promotion to higher level positions in business, industry, government, and/or nonprofit organizations.
The Office Administration Program is designed to provide instruction to those interested in professional office skills and technologies to meet the requirements of a constantly changing office environment. Emphasis is placed on state-of-the-art technology, software, office skill development, interpersonal relations, and career planning.
The Small Business Operations associate degree and certificate curriculum is designed to prepare students for success in small business management—starting, operating, and expanding a small business. It is geared to the potential or current entrepreneur and to persons who serve as employees of small business firms.
LMC offers students the choice of pursuing a degree or a certificate in Real Estate. The degree and certificate programs include business courses as well as skills in Real Estate. The Real Estate program provides students with the theory, knowledge and skills necessary for entry level real estate positions, and will prepare students for state licensing.
The Retail Management Program is designed to provide students with a retail management foundation that will enable them, as current or prospective employees, to deal with the challenges of the retail environment. This program meets the requirements of the Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC) Retail Management Certificate program.
Currently, the Business Department offers 13 College Skills Certificates. These career certificates are designed to help students develop employment skills and provide them with recognition in the short-term while they work towards achieving their long-term goals. As students acquire knowledge and build career skills, they can earn one or more Skills Certificates.
For more information about degrees and certificates, please meet with a Business instructor and/or counselor.