Business and Management

The Business Program at Montgomery College

If a business degree is in your future, then Montgomery College is here to help you meet your goals.  Since its founding, the College has been recognized as one of the premier community colleges in the nation.  We continue the tradition of excellence by offering programs that have been specifically designed to meet the changing needs of today’s students, including recent high school graduates who want to enter the business world, business professionals wishing to enhance their skills, and individuals returning to college for career change or to even start of a new one.

Available Fully Online
Complete this degree on your schedule, from anywhere with an internet connection, by taking all your classes online. Find out more about online learning.

We offer courses in accounting, business administration, economics, finance, human resources, management, marketing, business law, and more.  MC offers both traditional classroom and online learning to give you flexibility to learn in an environment that best suits your personal needs.

Interested in ultimately transferring to a four-year institution? Our business associate's degree program has a reputation for excellence to help get you there. In addition, our business AA can be fully transferable to many four-year institutions via articulation agreements. Starting at MC can be the perfect stepping stone to your long- term educational goals.

Learn more about program outcomes, required courses, transfer opportunities, and career information.

Associate of Arts Degree
Certificate 
  • Management Certificate [This Certificate program is no longer available for new students effective Spring 2019.]

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