Mission

The Northwestern Connecticut Business and Management Administration Program is committed to creating critical thinkers and principle-centered organizational architects. Business is about managing risk and change. Northwestern degree candidates face the rigors of a business education that focuses on combining traditional business modalities with creative simulation and communication technology to produce graduates who are consensus builders and leaders. As a business and management degree candidate you will:
♦ Develop requisite knowledge in the building blocks of business: accounting, finance, human capital, economics, strategy and communication.
♦ Gain an understanding of business in the global environment.
♦ Form effective working relationships with students and faculty in the areas of accounting, general business management, marketing and sales, and office management.

Faculty

Dr. David Rodgers, drodgers@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6387
Valerie Royals, vroyals@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6304 [Department Chair]
Stacey Williams, swilliams@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6427

Degrees

Business & Management Administration

Mission The Northwestern Connecticut Business and Management Administration Program is committed to creating critical thinkers and principle-centered organizational architects. Business is about managing risk and change. Northwestern degree candidates face the rigors of a business education that focuses on combining traditional business modalities with creative simulation and communication technology to produce graduates who are consensus builders and leaders. As a business and management degree candidate you will: Develop requisite knowledge in the building blocks of business: accounting, finance, human capital, economics, strategy and communication. Gain an understanding of business in the global environment. Form effective working relationships with students and

Marketing and Sales

The Northwestern Connecticut Business and Management Administration Program is committed to creating critical thinkers and principle-centered organizational architects. Business is about managing risk and change. Northwestern degree candidates face the rigors of a business education that focuses on combining traditional business modalities with creative simulation and communication technology to produce graduates who are consensus builders and leaders.

Certificates

Business Management Certificate

This certificate program prepares students for entry-level positions in business organizations. It may also be beneficial to those who are interested in job advancement, a career change, or becoming an entrepreneur. Additionally, this program may be valuable to students seeking basic business knowledge and skills in order to prepare for entry into a B.S. or MBA degree program. All courses are applicable to an Associate in Science degree program in Business and Management Administration. Program Outcomes Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to: Apply a broad range of management concepts necessary to operate a business

Computer Business Applications

Computer Business Applications This certificate program is focused on preparing the student to apply computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, database, internet, e-mail, and presentation software to the solution of problems and have competency in office procedures. This program also prepares students for work responsibilities including researching and organizing information, preparing electronic communication and business correspondence, preparing electronic presentations and information and document processing. Faculty Michael Gow, mgow@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6385 Outcomes Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of general business uses of computers, the software used by the business community, and

Marketing and Sales

Mission This career program prepares students for entry-level positions in marketing, retailing, and sales. It may also be beneficial to those who are interested in job advancement or a career change. Faculty Dr. David Rodgers, drodgers@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6387 Valerie Royals, vroyals@nwcc.edu, 860.738.6304 [Department Chair] OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to:  1. Identify concepts necessary for success in marketing, retailing, advertising, and sales. 2. Know the risks and strategic moves required to effectively market products and services in today’s global market. 3. Grasp the interrelationships between marketing and the entire business process in order to achieve overall

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