Columbia Business School’s degree and nondegree programs offer a rigorous foundation complemented by an attention to the decidedly modern factors — whether leadership skills or a stellar network — that are required for success. That’s why taking online classes for business owners that focus on operations in particular can be crucial to growing your business. You may also take classes part-time, but it will take longer to complete the degree. The counselor can explain what classes are required for admission to college and recommend high school classes helpful to students considering business careers.
NMC Extended Education offers classes and workshops designed to turn your business idea into reality and give you the edge to grow your business and stay competitive. Visit Career and College Promise to learn about opportunities for high school students to earn college credit at Central Piedmont.
This policy only applies to undergraduate degree-seeking students. Most business management courses involve workshops that train students to be skilled managers and perform skillfully and tactfully within highly competitive surroundings. Training can teach established business owners the correct ways to recruit and hire new employees, new marketing strategies, and even information about how to conduct market research.
Survey of the private enterprise system and basic business concepts, business economics, types of business ownership, ethics, globalization, and organizational functions (management, marketing, accounting, human resources, and finance). Focuses on the time value of money, budgeting, use of credit, investing, taxation of personal income and assets, types of insurance and risk management, health care planning, retirement planning, and estate planning.
Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information and Decision Sciences, Management, and Marketing. Certain courses may not be repeated; students should always consult their CBA academic advisor before repeating a course. Fundamentals of Supervision and Management – Learn the people skills required to motivate and delegate, and learn tools for solving problems and resolving conflicts.