Business

  • A student examining a graph on her laptop.
  • Business students posing with Warren Buffett at the Fort Scott Q&A with Warren Buffett event.

FSCC Business Department

The FSCC Business Department prepares students to enter the job market in a variety of general and specialized professional areas including business communications, sales management, personnel management, small business management, and accounting. The business program is flexible to allow students to finish associate degree programs with entry-level skills or transfer to a four-year college or university. Classroom instruction and work experience blend the academic and the practical to prepare students for challenging work opportunities.

 

Suggested curriculum for business

 

Program Level Outcomes

  • Demonstrate successful communication within the business environment using verbal, written, and basic literacy skills
  • Recognize and apply economic theories to real world problems and hypothetical situations.
  • Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of the business environment and human interaction.
  • Apply the skills and knowledge necessary for mathematical, scientific, and computer science in solving business problems.
  • Develop and demonstrate abilities in accounting, management, and introductory business.
  • Demonstrate the ability to perform basic financial analysis.

 

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