Business programs are designed to help develop your communication skills, improve your ability to solve problems in your specific industry, and explore technology related to your field of study to successfully pursue challenging careers. Business students may gain practical work experience before graduation by completing an internship. The Business faculty bring their outside work experience and their knowledge of the business world into the classroom. Student professional organizations provide additional opportunities to learn outside the classroom setting.
The Business Pathway currently does not have a dedicated Pathway Advisor. Students are encouraged to meet with any of our other Student Services advisors, listed below:
Veronica Jabrocki: firstname.lastname@example.org or https://calendly.com/veronicajabrocki
Betsy Veach: email@example.com or https://calendly.com/betsyveach
Annie Jacobson: firstname.lastname@example.org or https://calendly.com/anniejacobson
Jill Sweet: email@example.com or https://calendly.com/jillsweet
Julie Dill firstname.lastname@example.org or https://calendly.com/juliedill
- Dr. Connie Schwass, Accounting, MSU Ag Science
- Katie Stewart, Marketing, Management, Business
Students interested in a specific degree or certificate should begin following that program in the first semester.
Students interested in Business but unsure of a direct path should start with the WSCC Degree Pathway - Business , which incorporates the requirements of a general Associate of Arts (AA) degree, while offering suggestions for electives in the Business areas. Students may choose to continue toward a general AA degree completion, or may choose to switch to a specific degree or certificate program.
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