Business, Economics, Accounting, Computer Applications and Hospitality Management (BEACAHM)
To set up an appointment for online advising, please contact Professor Joanne Frazier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To support our business program students, each faculty member in the department is assigned a letter of the alphabet of the student’s last name to serve as the point of contact. If you are looking to schedule an advising appointment, please review the contact list.
Welcome to the Business, Economics, Accounting, Computer Applications, and Hospitality Management Department on the Rockville Campus (BEACAHM). We offer degree programs and certificates for students who plan to transfer to four-year programs or begin/change careers. See below for links to specific programs and degrees.
Our outstanding Faculty and Staff await the opportunity to help you meet your educational goals.Meet Our Faculty and Staff
Degrees and Certificates
More course syllabi will be added as they are available.
Join the Hillman Entrepreneurs Program to develop entrepreneurial and leadership skills, and become a member of our group of aspiring entrepreneurs at MC.
The Macklin Business Institute honors program provides experiential learning opportunities to prepare you for your future career.
The Marriott Hospitality Center is a grant-funded program on our Rockville Campus, offering scholarships and educational opportunities within the field of hospitality management.
MC's Raptor Tank is designed to promote student start-up ideas and economic development by bringing together students with mentors and judges from the entrepreneurial community in a real-life business challenge.
Noncredit Courses and Training
MC offers a wide variety of noncredit classes designed to help you upgrade your skills, pursue career training, or learn something new. Our management and leadership noncredit offerings include courses in project management, human resources, mediation, coaching, and more.
This department is part of MC's Business, Economics, Accounting, Computer Applications, Hospitality Management, and Paralegal Studies (BEACAHMPS) instructional area.