The SCC Business Administration Program focuses on entrepreneurial, managerial, and technological skills. Job opportunities are available at both entry and advanced levels. With an associate’s degree in business administration, graduates qualify for basic management and administrative roles in private, public and nonprofit organizations. Many find employment as management trainees or managers in the sales or retail industry. Others work as project assistants, office managers and technology-oriented support specialists.
Due to the generosity of many individuals and families, Sandhills Community College is able to offer a multitude of scholarships to deserving students. Scholarships provide the resources to enable our students to succeed. They provide hope and opportunity to those who might have otherwise had none. A scholarship is an incentive to strive for excellence. It is also recognition of a job well done.
Our students are encouraged to apply each year. Here are links to those that apply to this course of study at Sandhills Community College.
Each academic year the college produces Program Sheets for every program offered at Sandhills Community College. This contains complete information about the program, contact information and the list of classes required for the degree, diploma or certificate offered. The requirements are the same as found in the catalog.
As the requirements could change from year to year, students should follow the course requirements for the academic year they enroll.
Feel free to download this Business Administration course of study file. You can save this to your computer or print out for your use. It is a pdf and can be opened with Acrobat Reader.
Students can earn the Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration at Sandhills and then continue to earn the BSBA and MBA on the Sandhills campus from UNC Pembroke.
Articulation Agreement in Business Administration between UNC-P and SCC (AAS to BSBA). Notes: 1) Students transferring to UNC-P should take CIS 110 to get credit for CSC 1000. CIS 111 will only count as general elective credits. 2) MAT 140 will also transfer as MAT 1050.
Contact UNC-P directly about the MBA program.
Students can also transfer to UNC-G and earn the BSBA from UNC Greensboro under the 2Plus Agreement. Note that UNC-G does not offer classes on the Sandhills campus. You will have the option to complete the program on the UNC-G campus or online (check restrictions of online offerings directly with UNC-G).