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Photo of businessmanReach for a career in business with a focus on Global Logistics or Entrepreneurship!

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The Business program AAS degree provides a training option in two focused areas: Global Logistics (what is this? – see here) and Entrepreneurship, and also provides essential skills in customer service, marketing, and managing employees. Students will learn to improve interpersonal communication, become a leader and motivator for employees and peers, solve problems creatively, and make effective decisions. This training may be used to develop knowledge and skills that will help students be competitive for a new job, or for job retention and advancement in a current position.

Upon successful completion of the Associate of Applied Sciences in Business, students will:

  • Be competitive for a wide variety of entry-level jobs in Transportation, Warehousing, and Importing/Exporting (Global Logistics concentration). What can I do with this degree? See here. See representative jobs/salaries here.
  • Be able to start and market their own business (Entrepreneurship concentration).
  • Communicate effectively about business management issues.
  • Demonstrate competence with a wide variety of electronic tools to research, manage and present information in writing.
  • Provide outstanding customer service.

Contact Mary Jane Oberhofer, Program Chair

Program Description

This is a 2-year program that leads to an Associate of Applied Sciences degree in Business. Students can choose to concentrate in either Global Logistics or Entrepreneurship. Along the way students will earn certificates in Customer Service, Marketing, and Management. Note: effective fall quarter 2013, the overall AAS degree credits is 90-95 and in the Global Logistics concentration LOG 141 and LOG 142 are now both electives and available only through Shoreline Community College. Read More...

Degree & Certificate Options:

Specialized Business Certificates:

These Specialized Business Certificates may also be applied to satisfy requirements for the Associate in Applied Sciences degree in Business.

Thinking of continuing your education at a 4-year college or university? Students can also earn an Associate in Business degree.

Course Descriptions

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Entrepreneurship - Program costs and employment outlook provided by Gainful Employment initiative

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