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Business Division

Welcome to the MCC Business Division

We are an educational setting where faculty, students, and staff create a positive learning experience delivered in a personal environment. Our academic business programs maintain the highest level of excellence.
The Business Division's two-year occupational and career programs are dedicated to preparing graduates who are able to make sound business decisions, participate actively in global economics, respond to technological changes, communicate effectively, and affirm a core array of values and ethical practices.

Degrees, Certificates, and Alternative Training Programs of Study


ACCT-101 Applied Accounting
ACCT-105 Computerized Accounting
ACCT-107 Payroll Accounting
ACCT-201 Principles of Accounting I
ACCT-202 Principles of Accounting II
ACCT-213 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT-214 Cost Accounting
ACCT-215 Individual Income Tax Accounting
ACCT-220 Governmental & Non-Profit Accounting
ACCT-223 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT-230 Corporate Income Tax Accounting
ACCT-290 Accounting Co-Op/Internship
BAKE-101 Introduction to Baking
BAKE-102 Bake Shop I
BAKE-103 Basic Cake Decorating
BAKE-104 Intermediate Cake Decorating
BAKE-105 Wedding Cakes & Sugar Work
BAKE-113 Artisan Breads
BAKE-114 Modern Desserts
BAKE-115 Pastry Techniques
BAKE-116 Plated Desserts
BAKE-117 Chocolates and Confections
BAKE-206 Bake Shop II
BUSN-104 Introduction to Business
BUSN-106 Business Math
BUSN-108 Business Sales
BUSN-206 Business Communications
BUSN-251 Business Law I
BUSN-252 Business Law II
BUSN-280 Business Co-Op/Internship/Externship
BUSN-294 Business Capstone
CSMO-100 Basic Cosmetology Theory I
CSMO-101 Basic Cosmetology Lab
CSMO-102 Basic Cosmetology Theory II
CSMO-103 Basic Cosmetology Lab II
CSMO-104 Nail Technology Theory I
CSMO-105 Nail Technology Lab I
CSMO-106 Nail Technology Theory II
CSMO-107 Nail Technology Lab II
CSMO-109 Intro to Advanced Cosmetology
CSMO-110 Esthetics Theory I
CSMO-111 Esthetics Lab I
CSMO-112 Esthetics Theory II
CSMO-113 Esthetics Lab II
CSMO-200 Advanced Cosmetology Theory I
CSMO-201 Advanced Cosmetology Lab I
CSMO-202 Adv Cosmetology Theory II
CSMO-203 Advanced Cosmetology Lab II
CSMO-204 Advanced Cosmetology Theory III
CSMO-205 Advanced Cosmetology Lab III
CSMO-206 Advanced Cosmetology Theory IV
CSMO-207 Advanced Cosmetology Lab IV
CSMO-209 Cosmetology Exam and Refresher Course
CSMO-209A Cosmetology Refresher Course
CSMO-209B Cosmetology Refresher Course
CSMO-209C Cosmetology Refresher Course
CSMO-209D Cosmetology Refresher Course
CSMO-210 CSMO/Nailtech/Esthetic Inst Theory I
CSMO-211 Csmo/Nailtech/Esthetic Instr Lab I
CSMO-212 Csmo/Nailtech/Esthetic Inst Theory II
CSMO-213 Csmo/Nailtech/Esthetics Instr Lab II
CSMO-215 Csmo/Nailtech/Esthetic Inst Lab III
CULA-100 Orientation to Food Services
CULA-101 Culinary Knife Skills
CULA-103 Introduction to Ala Carte Dining
CULA-105 Intro to Professional Cookery
CULA-106 Professional Cookery I
CULA-107 A la Carte Dining/Tableservice
CULA-108 Nutrition and Menu Planning
CULA-109 Catering Techniques
CULA-111 Garde Manger I
CULA-201 Automated Purchasing and Cost Control
CULA-203 Buffets and Banquets
CULA-205 International Cuisine
CULA-207 Garde Manger II
CULA-208 Management of Services
CULA-209 Cooperative Education/Internship
CULA-210 Food and Wine Pairing
FMG.-102 Food Safety & Sanitation
FMG.-104 Food Service Math
FMG.-110 Layout and Design
FMG.-113 Hospitality Law
FMG.-114 Meat Fabrication & Identification
FMG.-202 Food Service Organization and Management
FMG.-210 Beverage Management
INTL-101 Introduction to International Business
INTL-130 Intro International Transportation/Dist
INTL-140 Pacific Rim Business Opportunities
INTL-150 Cross Cultural Business Issues
INTL-260 International Marketing
INTL-270 International Management/Legal Issues
INTL-290 International Busn Internship/Externship
MGMT-181 Principles of Management
MGMT-183 Small Business Management
MGMT-185 Retail Management
MGMT-186 Business Leadership Supervision
MGMT-210 Diagnostics and Procedural Coding
MGMT-220 Patient Case Management
MGMT-283 Organizational Behavior
MGMT-284 Labor Relations for the Supervisor
MGMT-286 Human Resources Management
MKTG-150 Principles of Marketing
MKTG-153 Sales Promotion Methods
MKTG-159 Management Co-Op I
MKTG-251 Management of Marketing Techniques
MKTG-253 Advertising
MKTG-257 Consumer Behavior
MKTG-258 Management Co-Op II
MKTG-259 Management Co-Op III

Additional Information

Degree Pathways


This program qualifies graduates for entry-level jobs in accounting or prepares you for a transfer to a university where you can work towards your bachelors degree.

Culinary Arts

Turn your passion for cooking into a career! MCC offers degrees in Food Service Management, Culinary Arts, and Baking & Pastry Arts.


Several programs are offered through the Transitions School of Cosmetology Careers, including: Hair Care, Nail Technology, Esthetician Services, and Hair Care Salon Management.


What does it take to start your own business? Do you have the Entrepreneurship Mindset? Develop a business model and launch your business right from the classroom


Applewood Cafe
Applewood Café

A fine dining restaurant operated by the MCC Culinary Arts students

Transitions School of Cosmetology Salon
Transitions School of Cosmetology Salon

A full-service salon on the main campus of MCC.

Vita Income Tax Assistance
VITA Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Federal, State, and Local Tax Preparation

Scholarship Information

Scholarships are available through the Business Division. To apply for a scholarship go to Student Financial Services. To view a list of scholarships available visit the Foundation for MCC.


Business degrees accredited by The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

ACBSP is a leading specialized accreditation association, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, for business education that supports, celebrates, and rewards teaching excellence.  Further, ACBSP encourages faculty involvement within the contemporary business world to enhance the quality of classroom instruction, contribute to student learning, and focus on continuous improvement.  Earning a degree from an accredited program communicates to employers that the degree earned is relevant, current and that the degree holder has received an education that focuses on quality performance. 
The accreditation process requires that programs are reviewed on a 3-year cycle.  Providing a Quality Assurance report is one way that we provide evidence of meeting accreditation standards.  View the most recent ACBSP Quality Assurance report.

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August 19, 2016
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