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The AA degree program offers a 2 year guaranteed transfer plan to all public Colorado colleges and universities.
Program Start Term: Fall, Spring
Award: AA, AAS, CERT, MINI-CERT
AA Program Length: 60 Credits, 4 Semesters
Average Class Size: < 25
Part-Time or Full-Time: Both
Course Availability: Day, Evening, & Online Classes
AA Program Locations: Pueblo, Online
AAS Program Locations: Pueblo, Durango, Mancos
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FULLY ONLINE DEGREE AVAILABLE! Online Classes provide Flexibility and AffordabilityThe fully online AA in Business Management provides flexibility for those who are working or have other obligations with full and part-time schedules to completion plus additional affordability of using e-books. PCC’s online Business Management degree is also much more cost-effective compared to other online offerings at other institutions.
Career InformationCareer paths for those with an AA in Business Management and after transferring to a 4-year university and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in business or accounting, can lead to a variety of business careers.
Degree TransferStudents pursuing the AA degree in Business Management must complete 37 credits of General Education requirements and 23 credits of core courses. The AA degree transfers to the following Colorado Public Four-Year institutions of higher education:
Accounting students wishing to transfer should enroll
in the Business Management AA degree transfer program even if planned bachelor’s
degree or major would be Accounting.
Career InformationBusiness and Financial Operations Occupations:
What Will I Learn?Business degrees and certificates offer a generalized perspective with broad applications in the business world. Skills learned will include computer literacy, accounting, professionalism, and finance, to just name a few, giving graduates the confidence and competence to work in varied office settings.
Our Experienced FacultyThe PCC Business Management and Accounting faculty have over 50 years combined experience in instruction and over 55 years of work experience in areas ranging from accounting, brokerage, finance and banking to retailing and sales.
The Business Management Certificate teaches you job performance skills related to careers in business. It is a short intensive course of study which prepares you for entry-level work. You can apply all course work for this certificate to the AAS degree.
The Business Fundamental Certificate prepares you for an entry-level position in business or for starting your own small business. You can apply all course work for this certificate to the AAS Degree in Business Management.
The Entrepreneurship Certificate program prepare you to open your own business. The certificate comprises six classes that introduce you to the fundamentals of sales, marketing, management, and accounting. You can apply all course work for this certificate to the AAS Degree in Business Management.
The Real Estate Mini-Certificate prepares you to obtain the Colorado Real Estate License to you can pursue a career in the real estate field. The most popular career choice is real estate sales, but you can work as a property manager, title researcher, or loan document closer. The six real estate classes total 168 classroom hours to meet Colorado Requirements; they cover Real Estate Law, Contracts, Regulations, Closings, Record keeping, and Practical Applications. To earn the Real Estate Associate Broker’s License, you must attach your license to an employing real estate broker who agrees to supervise your work for the first two years in the field.
The Bookkeeping Certificate focuses on the role of
accounting basics in business and management to prepare students for an entry-level
position in Bookkeeping, Payroll, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks. Students
will encounter real-world scenarios used in payroll, tax, and computerized
accounting along with the use of bookkeeping software. Students will use
accounting information resources and systems, and present conclusions based on
accounting and business data. Additionally, students will use ledgers,
journals, and worksheets to complete formal, informal, and quantitative
The Retail Management Certificate, endorsed by the
Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC), is an accredited business program
that will give you the skills you need to get started or advance the career of
those working in the retail management, food industry, and related fields, for
the entry and mid-level management position challenges of the future. The
program teaches you foundational principles of business, retail management,
finance, marketing and business communication. The curriculum encompasses
business essentials and also emphasizes the skill sets needed for effective
management and communication in the work environment.
knowledge gained in the program include the ability to:
Leadership Certificate program is to prepare students for lives of learning,
leadership, and service; and designed to enhance and explore leadership
potential through a curricular design that includes academic courses, seminars,
and community service opportunities.
Leadership certificate will verify student’s leadership education and training
for potential transfer colleges and employers.
obtaining a PCC leadership certificate, students should be able to demonstrate
Gainful Employment DataBookkeeping CertificateBusiness Fundamentals CertificateBusiness Management CertificateEntrepreneurship CertificateLeadership CertificateOffice Bookkeeping CertificateOffice Professional CertificateRetail Management Certificate
The AAS degree or certificate will prepare you for entry level positions in business, marketing, and sales, as well as many different office settings.