Associate in Science
Career possibilities with a Business degree are endless with positions in management, accounting, marketing, finance, banking, insurance, sales, international business and many more. Our BusinessÂ Administration Program at County CCM is the first step for a business career.
The CCM program is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree in business upon completing two additional years at a four-year institution. The curriculum prepares students for upper advanced specializations in finance, management, accounting and marketing.
The experiences and opportunities that CCM Business Administration students receive in the classroom and through experiential learning are equal to attending a four-year institution. Professional success is a leading component in earning a Business Degree. The Business faculty at CCM are qualified and passionate educators with several years of teaching experience, as well as corporate and consulting experience. Our professors have either masterâ€™s or doctorate degrees in their respective areas of study. Several of our instructors have published material. Many are adjuncts with the same four-year institutions our students transfer to, and many are active in their communities.
Our students are able to enjoy a wireless campus, and our classrooms are comfortable and contemporary. Degree programs are offered on campus, online, or a hybrid format.
The Business department sponsors two clubs for students: the Young Entrepreneurs Association (YEA) and ABG, our business honor society. These organizations provide our students with leadership and networking opportunities. Students from these clubs have participated in the Rutgers Business Case competition for community colleges, placing #1 in 2018 and # 3 in 2019.
All business students have the opportunity to use â€śStock Trak,â€ť stock market simulation software that will enable students to learn about investing in an engaging and competitive way.
Many of our Marketing students participate in our annual Marketing Showcase where they are provided with the opportunity to present their marketing plan to an audience of CCM students, faculty and administrators.
The average starting salary for graduates with an associate degree in Business is $35,000 – $50,000.
The average starting salary for students with a bachelorseâ€™s degree in Business is $50,000-$60,000.
- Information Systems
- Event Planning
- Human Resources
- Real Estate
Where You Can Go
Graduates with an A.S. in Business Administration will benefit from the State-wide Transfer Agreement at New Jersey state colleges and universities. As a result, the general education requirement will be waived at the four-year, NJ state institutions and students will transfer in as juniors.
Many out-of-state colleges and universities accept our course credits as well.
Many CCM business students are transferring to the following institutions:
- East Stroudsburg University
- Fairleigh Dickinson University
- Kean College
- Montclair State University
- New Jersey Institute of Technology
- Ramapo College
- Rutgers University â€“ Newark*
- Rutgers University â€“ New Brunswick
- William Paterson University
*CCM Business Administration students can complete their bachelor degree from Rutgers Business School at CCM in the following programs: Leadership and Management and Marketing.
Internship experiences and job search support are facilitated through our Office of Career Services, which provides resume building and interviewing skills for success.
Cohen Hall, Room 204
Professor Melissa Hopper-Ford