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Cloud County Community College

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The Business Program at Cloud County Community College offers a variety of courses for students pursuing a business major. The program provides dynamic courses which prepare you for an earned degree or certificate, fulfill current employment needs in business, and have delivery options.


The Business transfer program is for students planning to enter a profession requiring a Bachelor's degree. During their time at Cloud, students work toward completing the Associate in Science or Associate in Arts Degree.

• Many Cloud County students transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
• Cloud transfer students as juniors and seniors at several four-year colleges do better academically than non-transfer upperclassmen who began at the same institution.
• Class size allows the personal attention students want and deserve.
• With the help of faculty advisors, students are assured their classes will transfer.
• Cloud has articulation agreements in place with several Kansas public and private universities to help the transfer process!

Degrees offered:
Business - Associate in Science
Business - Associate in Arts



Get to work with a 2-year degree!
Want to be able to get a higher-paying job with a degree you can earn in only 2 years?

With our Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Administration & General Management, you can work in:

  • Advertising
  • Banking
  • Office Management
  • Payroll
  • Sales

Degrees offered:
General Business Emphasis - Associate in Applied Science
Accounting Emphasis - Associate in Applied Science

Certificates offered:
General Business - 30-hour certificate

Gain experience with a Cooperative Education Internship!
Cooperative Education Internships are a requirement to complete the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business.
In these internships students earn credit in a structured educational program which combines classroom learning with productive work experience in the field related to the student’s individualized academic or career goals.
Students learn the important links between academic learning and what is expected in the workplace.

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