Business

Business

The SCC Business Department serves the needs of a large variety of students who need training in business-related areas. Whether you are transferring to a university business school, earning an associate degree in a specialized business area, gaining general business training in an online or accelerated format, or simply taking courses for professional development, you will find a program that meets your needs.

We offer degree programs that will prepare you for immediate entry into a business career, for a promotion in a current career, or for transfer to a university business school to eventually earn a bachelor's degree.

We also offer certificate programs that provide specialized training for people who already have a college degree, or who need technical training quickly and don't want a college degree. 

Certificates and AAS degrees are offered in:

  • Accounting/Bookkeeping
  • Business Administration
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Retail Management
  • Social Media Marketing

We also offer an Associates in Business (A-BUS), for students wanting to transfer directly to a university business school. In addition, Scottsdale Community College's Business Department offers Arizona Real Estate Pre-licensing and an MBA Prep Program. We are confident that you will find the business program that meets your needs — and we look forward to helping you get started on your educational path.

Additional Info

Business & Information Systems Chair:
Sue Sandblom  (480) 425‑6792
susan.sandblom@scottsdalecc.edu

Business Department Day Chair:
Mark Barton (480) 425‑6913
mark.barton@scottsdalecc.edu

Business Department Evening Chair:
Bobra Crockett (480) 425‑6922
drbobra@scottsdalecc.edu

Transfer Options

Pursuing an MBA?

You do not need a BS in business to pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA); a bachelor’s degree in any field will be fine. However, if you don’t have a BS in business, you may want to prepare yourself for an MBA program by taking a few key courses. You should also prepare for the GMAT (the Graduate Management Admissions Test), the entrance exam required for most graduate business schools. See MBA Program PDF below for more information.