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  • www.cmcc.eduenro l l@cmcc.edu • (207) 755-5273

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    Accoun t ing • Bus iness Admin i s t ra t ion & Management •

    Bus iness Trans fe r • Espor t s Management

    http://www.cmcc.edu

  • A business degree from Central Maine Community College can help prepare you to lead in today’s business world. We offer a variety of associate and certificate programs designed to give you both the confidence and the know-how to excel in today’s rapidly evolving business environment.

    Our programs are led by faculty with real-world experience in management and industry. We bring more than 100 years of combined business practice to the classroom. Our commitment to teaching innovation and excellence, enables our students to reach their educational and professional goals.

    Our programs offer challenging curriculums designed to prepare you to be tomorrow’s business leaders and managers. Students have the opportunity to examine key issues confronting business today. We offer a hands-on approach to student learning and utilize the latest business technologies in instruction.

    Your future in business starts at CMCC.

    Graduates of our programs enter a variety of career fields including, accounting, auditing, tax preparation, retail management, business ownership, hospitality management, administrative and technology based professions.

    Many of our graduates take advantage of our Business Administration and Management Transfer Program to transfer to a four-year college or university.

    I extend a personal invitation to call or visit us to learn more about our programs. You are welcome to schedule a time to sit in on a current business class. I look forward to speaking with you about exciting educational and career opportunities in business.

    Margaret H. Brewer Department Chair Business Administration

    Watch the Business Capstone video online at:

    www.youtube.com/cmccmaine

    http://www.youtube.com/cmccmaine

  • Gain broad exposure to general business activities and practices and an in-depth understanding of fundamental accounting procedures and supporting computerized applications.

    Students who complete the program will have a knowledge and academic base equivalent to the first two years of many four-year degree programs in accounting.

    Specifically, this program is designed to:

    • Prepare students for entry-level positions• Advance in accounting-related career fields

    Graduates may pursue careers as:

    • Bookkeepers• Accountants• Auditing Clerks• Auditors• Adjustment Clerks• Tax Preparers

    “My business classes have been fun and

    enlightening.”

    ACCOUNTING Associate in Applied Science

  • Accounting Degree Prerequisites/Requirements:High school students must have completed Algebra I to be admitted to this program. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in College Writing (ENG 101) or College Writing Seminar (ENG 105) and Business Communication (ENG 220) in order to meet the degree requirements of this program.

    *Placement determined by assessment test scores and/or prior college coursework

    Degree Requirements

    Semester I Credit HoursACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3 BUS 100 Understanding Business 3 ENG ___ Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 101 College WritingENG 105 College Writing Seminar (4)

    MAT 101* Business Mathematics 3 BCA ___ Select one of the following: 3

    BCA 241 SpreadsheetsBCA 246 Database Management

    Semester II ACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3 ENG 220 Business Communications 3 MAT 122* College Algebra 3 PHI 101 Critical Thinking 3___ ___ Elective - Social Science

    Select one of the following:3

    PSY 101 Introduction to PsychologyPSY 116 Psychology of Group DynamicsPSY 120 Psychology in the WorkplacePSY 201 Social PsychologySOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

    Semester III ACC 240 Intermediate Accounting I 3 BUS 110 Principles of Supervision 3 BUS 260 Finance 3 ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3COM ___ Select one of the following: 3

    COM 100 Public Speaking COM 101 Interpersonal CommunicationsCOM 121 Group Process

    Semester IV ACC 242 Intermediate Accounting II 3 ACC 244 Computerized Accounting 3 ACC 265 Managerial Accounting 3ACC 248 Payroll Accounting 3 MAT 135 Statistics 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 60-61

  • 100% ONLINE ACCOUNTING

    Associate in Applied Science(8-week sessions)

    The 100% online Accounting Program allows you the convenience of earning a high-quality college degree while balancing your professional and personal life. Whether home, the office, or a coffee shop, your classroom is wherever you are. You’ll gain broad exposure to general business activities and practices and an in-depth understanding of fundamental accounting procedures and supporting computerized applications.

    Students complete the 100% online program in two-years through 8-week sessions. Students who complete the program will have a knowledge and academic base equivalent to the first two years of many four-year degree programs in accounting.

    Specifically, this program is designed to:

    • Prepare students for entry-level positions

    • Advance in accounting-related career fields

    Graduates may pursue careers as:

    • Bookkeepers• Accountants• Auditing Clerks• Auditors• Adjustment Clerks• Tax Preparers

    Your success starts here.

    Online students have our

    full support, with access to online tutoring, research help, advising, and financial aid.

  • 100% ONLINE

    100% Online Accounting Degree Prerequisites/Requirements:High school students must have completed Algebra I to be admitted to this program. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in College Writing (ENG 101) or College Writing Seminar (ENG 105) and Business Communication (ENG 220) in order to meet the degree requirements of this program. Online students who do not place into ENG 101 and/or MAT 101 will need to complete remedial work at least one term prior to taking ENG 101 and/or MAT 101 in order to stay on track within the program.

    100% Online AccountingDegree Requirements

    All terms are 8-weeks

    1st Term Credit HoursBUS 100 Understanding Business 3ACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3

    2nd Term ACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3BUS 110 Principles of Supervision 3

    3rd TermENG 101 College Writing 3ACC 248 Payroll Accounting 3

    4th TermCOM 101 Interpersonal Communications 3MAT 101 Business Mathematics 3

    5th TermENG 220 Business Communications 3MAT 122 College Algebra 3

    6th TermMAT 135 Statistics 3PHI 101 Critical Thinking 3

    7th TermACC 244 Computerized Accounting 3BUS 260 Business Finance 3

    8th TermBCA 241 Spreadsheets 3ACC 240 Intermediate Accounting I 3

    9th TermACC 242 Intermediate Accounting II 3ECO 201 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3

    10th TermPSY 120 Psychology in the Workplace 3ACC 265 Managerial Accounting 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 60

  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT

    Associate in Applied Science & Certificate

    “My experience in the CMCC business program has given me the tools to find and be successful at any job that I

    earn after I leave here. I am thankful for those tools.”

    Learn a wide variety of management and supervisory skills while gaining broad exposure to general business practices.

    The program includes activities to help graduates succeed in modern organizations including accounting, marketing, customer relations, strategic planning, and general business practices.

    Students may choose from the following advising pathways:

    • Entrepreneurship or Business Ownership• Supervision or Management• Computer Applications• Sports Management• Parts & Service Management

    Interested in transferring to a four-year college? Check out the Business Administration & Management Transfer Program!

    Graduates may pursue careers as:

    • Office Administrators• First-Line Supervisors• General Managers• Food Service and Lodging

    Managers• Professional Sales Representatives• Bookkeeping and Accounting

    Clerks• Administrative, Industrial and

    Professional Positions

  • Business Administration and Management Degree and Certificate Prerequisites/Requirements:Students must earn a grade of C (not C-) or higher in ENG 101 College Writing or ENG 105 College Writing Seminar and BUS 220 Business Communication in order to meet Certificate or Associate Degree requirements of this program.

    Degree Requirements

    Semester I CreditsBCA 120 Introduction to Computer

    Applications3

    BUS 100 Understanding Business 3BUS 110 Principles of Supervision 3ENG ___ Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 101 College Writing*ENG 105 College Writing Seminar (4)

    MAT 101* Business Mathematics 3

    Semester IIBUS ___ Select one of the following: 3

    BUS 120 Employment LawBUS 124 Legal Environment of Business

    BUS 215 Principles of Marketing 3COM ___ Select one of the following: 3

    COM 100 Public SpeakingCOM 101 Interpersonal Communications

    ENG 220 Business Communications 3___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3

    Semester IIIACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3MAT ___ Select one of the following: 3

    MAT 122 College AlgebraMAT 125 Finite MathMAT 135 Statistics

    ___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3

    Semester IVBUS ___ Select one of the following: 3

    BUS 297 ExternshipBUS 298 Capstone

    ECO 201 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3___ ___ Elective: Social Science 3___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3___ ___ Advising Pathway Course 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 60-61

    Certificate Requirements

    Semester I CreditsBCA 120 Introduction to Computer

    Applications3

    BUS 100 Understanding Business 3BUS 110 Principles of Supervision 3ENG ___ Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 101 College Writing*ENG 105 College Writing Seminar (4)

    BUS ___ Select one of the following: 3BUS 120 Employment LawBUS 124 Legal Environment of Business

    Semester IIBUS 115 Leadership and Interpersonal

    Relations3

    BUS 150 Effective Customer Relations 3BUS 180 Managing Office Procedures 3MAT 101* Business Mathematics 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 27-28

    *Placement determined by assessment test scores and/or prior college coursework

    *Placement determined by assessment test scores and/or prior college coursework

  • 100% ONLINE

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & MANAGEMENT

    Associate in Applied Science(8-week sessions)

    The 100% online Business Administration & Management Program allows you the convenience of earning a high-quality college degree while balancing your professional and personal life. Whether home, the office, or a coffee shop, your classroom is wherever you are. Learn a wide variety of management and supervisory skills while gaining broad exposure to general business practices. The program includes activities to help graduates succeed in modern organizations including accounting, marketing, customer relations, strategic planning, and general business practices.

    Graduates may pursue careers as:

    • Office Administrators

    • First-Line Supervisors

    • General Managers

    • Food Service and Lodging Managers

    • Professional Sales Representatives

    • Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerks

    • Administrative, Industrial and Professional Positions

    Your success starts here.

    Online students have our full support, with access to online tutoring, research help,

    advising, and financial aid.

  • 100% ONLINE

    100% Online Business Administration & Management Degree Prerequisites/Requirements:Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in College Writing (ENG 101) or College Writing Seminar (ENG 105) and Business Communication (ENG 220) in order to meet the degree requirements of this program. Online students who do not place into ENG 101 and/or MAT 101 will need to complete remedial work at least one term prior to taking ENG 101 and/or MAT 101 in order to stay on track within the program.

    100% Online Business Administration & Management Degree Requirements

    All terms are 8-weeks

    1st Term Credit HoursBUS 100 Understanding Business 3BUS 124 Legal Environment of Business 3

    2nd Term BCA 120 Introduction to Computer Applications 3BUS 110 Principles of Supervision 3

    3rd TermENG 101 College Writing 3BUS 115 Leadership and Interpersonal Relations 3

    4th TermCOM 101 Interpersonal Communications 3MAT 101 Business Mathematics 3

    5th TermENG 220 Business Communications 3BUS 215 Principles of Marketing 3

    6th TermMAT 135 Statistics 3BUS 101 Small Business Management 3

    7th TermBCA 152 Integrated Software Applications 3BUS 220 Managing People and Organizations 3

    8th TermBUS 255 Electronic Commerce 3ACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3

    9th TermACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3ECO 201 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3

    10th TermPSY 120 Psychology in the Workplace 3BUS 298 Business Capstone 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 60

  • BUSINESS TRANSFER Associate in Science

    This program is intended for students who anticipate transferring to a four-year institution to continue their studies.

    Depending on the student’s choice of electives, the A.S. degree provides sufficient options for admission into a bachelor’s degree program in business-related areas such as accounting, business administration, finance, human resources, marketing, public administration, international business and management.

    The program of study includes course work to help graduates succeed in baccalaureate programs.

    Graduates have the opportunity to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in:

    • Business Administration• Finance• Human Resources• Marketing• Public Administration• International Business and

    Management• Entrepreneurship

    “The instructors are open and friendly, always willing to lend a hand if you need it.”

  • Business Administration & Management Transfer Program Prerequisites/Requirements:Students should consult four-year colleges for the transferability of courses. Those planning to transfer to colleges accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (A.S.C.S.B.) should take general education electives in place of the BCA elective and/or BUS 215.

    Degree Requirements

    Semester I CreditsBCA ___ Elective: BCA 120 or higher** 3BUS 100 Understanding Business 3___ ___ Elective: Diversity/Ethical Reasoning 3ENG ___ Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 101 College Writing*ENG 105 College Writing Seminar (4)

    ACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3

    Semester IIACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3COM 100 Public Speaking 3___ ___ Science with Lab: 101 or higher 4

    (BIO, CHY, PHY)MAT 135* Statistics 3ENG ___ Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 220 Business CommunicationENG 201 Technical Writing

    Semester IIIBUS 124 Legal Environment of Business 3ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3MAT 122* College Algebra 3___ ____ Elective: Humanities 3___ ____ Elective: General Education 3

    Semester IVECO 202 Microeconomics 3BUS 215 Principles of Marketing 3BCA 246 Database Management or 3

    Elective: General Education (advisor approved)

    ___ ___ Elective: General Education (ACC or BUS)

    3

    ___ ___ Elective: General Education (ACC or BUS)

    3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 61-62

    Students should consult four-year colleges for the transferability of courses. Those planning to transfer to colleges accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (A.S.C.S.B.) should take general education electives in place of the BCA elective and/or BUS 215.

    *Placement determined by assessment test scores and/or prior college coursework

    ESPORTS MANAGEMENTAssociate in Applied Science

  • With the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Esports Management, focus on the business aspect of esports while learning to develop teams and online communities. Learn how to market and promote events utilizing digital technology.

    Gain knowledge in:• Planning and execution of small and large

    scale events using streaming technology• Esports culture, audience, fans and customers• Esports gaming industry trends and genres

    Graduates may work in the administration of esports and may pursue a variety of careers including:

    • Esports manager• Event staff supervisor• Community manager• Event planner• Social media specialist• Esports team coach• Esports financial manager or account

    supervisor• Esports business development manager• Assistant director of esports

    ESPORTS MANAGEMENTAssociate in Applied Science

  • Degree Requirements

    Semester I Credit HoursESP 100 Introduction to Esports Management 3BCA 120 Introduction to Computer Applications 3BUS 115 Leadership and Interpersonal Relations 3ENG ___* Select one of the following: 3

    ENG 101 College WritingENG 105 College Writing Seminar (4)

    MAT 101* Business Math 3

    Semester II ESP 150 World of Competitive Gaming 3GAM 156 Esports Game Technologies 3BUS 215 Marketing 3COM ___ Select one of the following: 3

    COM 100 Public SpeakingCOM 101 Interpersonal Communications

    ENG 220 Business Communications 3

    Semester III ESP 225 Aspects of Game Design 3ESP 228 Esports Event Management 3ACC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3MAT ___* MAT 100 or higher 3___ ___ Elective: Social Science 3

    Semester IV ESP 250 Esports Industry Trends 3ESP 290 Esports Planning and Strategy 3ACC 212 Principles of Accounting II 3BUS 286 Social Media Marketing 3ECO 201 Macroeconomics 3

    Total Credit Hour Requirements 60-61

    *Placement determined by assessment test scores and/or prior college coursework

  • MARGARET BREWER • mbrewer@cmcc.edu • (207) 755-5285

    Margaret Brewer is the program chair of all business programs at Central Maine Community College. She instructs courses in accounting, business computer applications and business administration and management. She has nineteen years of experience in the small business sector and is the owner of a private property investment company. She holds two degrees in business administration, a bachelor’s from Saint Joseph’s College in Standish, ME and a master’s from Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH.

    EMPLOYERS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE GRADUATES

    Graduates with an Accounting, Business Administration and Management, or Management Information Systems degree from Central Maine Community College have been employed with a variety of businesses including but not limited to:

    Lee Auto MallsAndroscoggin Bank

    TD BankWalmart

    Home DepotLowes

    Central Maine Community CollegeBridgton Hospital

    Martin Stream CampgroundMaine Family Credit Union

    CVS PharmacyL.L.Bean

    Heidi’s Deli

    EMPLOYERS OF BUSINESS GRADUATES

    U.S. CellularProctor and Gamble

    City of LewistonDisney World

    GeigerBangor Savings

    H&R BlockGood Shepard Food BankEastern Maine Health Care

    Maine Medical CenterEdward Jones

    HannafordWalgreensKey Bank

    Old Dominion CollegeBartlett Glass

    Portland SeadogsDays Jeweler

    Maine Veterans HomesCentral Maine Medical Center

    Parkview HospitalMaine Cardiology

    Leadbetter’s SuperstopTJMaxx

    Lisbon SchoolsLewiston SchoolsBath Iron Works

    MHR Management, LLC

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONPROGRAM CHAIR

  • Central Maine Community College1250 Turner Street • Auburn, ME 04210

    Please see catalog at www.cmcc.edu for full program requirements. Central Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer.

    • Visit our website at www.cmcc.edu

    • Complete an application online

    • Send us your official high school transcript or GED test scores

    • If applicable, send us official transcripts from all colleges attended*

    • Provide documentation that you have met any program prerequisites

    *Students who have earned at least 15 college-level credits do not need to supply their high school transcript or GED.A

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