Business General Info
Courses in this program focus on each different aspect of business, with a component of general education courses designed to prepare you for immediate employment in the challenging field of business. Your people skills will be important to your success in this customer-oriented career.
THIS PROGRAM QUALIFIES. Iowa needs people like you to fill exciting jobs in growing industries. To help keep Iowa moving forward, you can get free tuition for programs that lead to high-demand jobs and good-paying careers. This is not a needs based scholarship. Earn a one-year or two-year degree—all with free tuition. For a full list of every NCC program that qualifies for the Future Ready Iowa Scholarship – click here.
- Two Semesters
- Excellent people skills
- Strong verbal communication
- Basic math, reading and writing skills
- Good time manager
- This program may be completed on campus or through a combination of on campus and online courses.
Student Story Alidea Savage
“I enjoy the flexibility of my classes and the hometown feel at NCC. You’re not in a class with 200 people in a big auditorium that feels overwhelming. NCC makes sure you feel comfortable and everyone is friendly.”
Requirements for this program
|ACC131-A||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|CSC110-A||Introduction to Computers||3|
|CSC115-A||Introduction to Computers II||3|
|MAT110-A||Math for Liberal Arts||3|
|MKT110-A||Principles of Marketing||3|
|MGT101-A||Principles of Management||3|
|BUS102-A||Introduction to Business||3|
|ACC131-A||Principles of Accounting ††||4|
|ACC132-A||Principles of Accounting ††||4|
|ACC231-A||Intermediate Accounting ††||4|
|ACC232-A||Intermediate Accounting ††||4|
|ACC261-A||Income Tax Accounting††||3|
|BUS102-A||Introduction to Business††||3|
|BUS130-A||Introduction to Entrepreneurship††||3|
|BUS185-A||Business Law I††||3|
|BUS186-A||Business Law II††||3|
|BUS212-A||Business Statistics II†||3|
|BUS238-A||Business Problem Solving†||3|
|BUS250-A||Principles of Real Estate†||3|
|FIN101-A||Principles of Banking†||3|
|MGT101-A||Principles of Management††||3|
|MGT110-A||Small Business Management††||3|
|MGT130-A||Principles of Supervision†||3|
|MGT165-A||Principles of Quality†||3|
|MGT170-A||Human Resource Management†||3|
|MGT190-A||Employee Compensation and Benefits Management†||3|
|MKT110-A||Principles of Marketing†||3|
|MKT140-A||Principles of Selling†||3|
|MKT150-E||Principles of Advertising†||3|
|MKT160-A||Principles of Retailing†||3|
†= class offered online only
††= class offered online and on-campus
*Must take General Education courses with A, C, or E suffix.
NOTE: Satisfactory assessment scores and/or prerequisites are required for some courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Financial Aid Office will work with you to reach the goal of attending college. Federal and state programs, scholarships and other funding sources, may be available to help you to afford college. We know there are a lot of questions and stress planning to pay for a college education. The Financial Aid Office staff administers aid programs and counsels students in planning individual methods of meeting college costs. Contact the Financial Aid Office for answers to any questions regarding financial aid. What are you waiting for? Let’s get started! Northwest Iowa Community College follows a nationally accepted philosophy in administering financial aid programs.