School of Business

Have you always liked the idea of working in business? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit?

The programs in MTC's School of Business can help you get ahead - and even prepare you for owning your own business one day. This school has transferable associate degrees, programs to train you for great careers in two years or less, and individual training courses.

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MTC also offers single courses in areas such as accounting, leadership development, and communication skills. Search Individual Courses

Accounting

Accountants manage the process of summarizing, analyzing, and reporting transactions to oversight agencies, regulators, and tax collection entities.

Accounting

Accountants manage the process of summarizing, analyzing, and reporting transactions to oversight agencies, regulators, and tax collection entities.

Accounting and Payroll Specialist

This program will prepare students for the Intuit QuickBooks certification as well as the National Bookkeeper Association’s Bookkeeper certifications. Learn the essential computer and accounting skills to help handle daily transactions and keep the office finances flowing.

Business

Business professionals fuel the economy by starting their own business or managing and analyzing a company’s performance.

Business

This degree program is for transfer students who are focused on pursuing bachelor’s degree programs in business. In this program, students will complete many of their core course requirements needed to transfer. Business students will go on to study management, economics, finance, and organizational behavior at their chosen four-year school.

Business Analyst

A business analyst analyzes a company’s computer system capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations to find ways to improve IT systems. They are employed in public and private organizations both large and small and are highly sought by software companies, insurance companies, and health care facilities.

Entrepreneur

In this program, learn how to establish and operate a small business or develop an existing one. Students will receive a foundation in vital entrepreneurial areas such as accounting, supervision, computer skills, marketing, and networking. Designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, this innovative program will prepare students to make that business dream a reality!

Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt

Completing the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate qualifies you to work as a quality or continuous improvement coordinator in several industries like manufacturing, banking, health care, and IT.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

Learn how to lead Lean Six Sigma teams through this intensive course focusing on the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC methodology of eliminating waste and implementing data-driven process improvements. After completing this two-month program, students will be awarded MTC's Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate and be qualified to work as a quality or continuous improvement coordinator in several industries like manufacturing, banking, health care, and IT.

Project Manager

Project managers direct the daily operations of a project, analyze work flow, and establish priorities to meet set deadlines. They manage the resources and implementation of all-size projects to ensure the project is completed within a certain set of guidelines.

Supply Chain Manager

The Supply Chain Management Certificate is a great program for anyone wanting to advance their career in the area of supply chain management, needing CEUs for recertification, or just to get a better understanding of the latest supply chain practices. Supply chain professionals can earn between $40,000 to $90,000. Employment opportunities in South Carolina are expected to increase as much as 9% in the coming years.

Customer Service

Customer service professionals are people-oriented and take pride in delivering helpful, high-quality service and assistance to meet the goals of the customer and company.

Customer Service

This certificate program provides the educational competencies necessary for entry-level, professional employment in the numerous, multi-dimensional careers of customer service. Students will be trained in computer skills, communication (speaking and listening) and interpersonal skills, sales, and marketing techniques.

Help Desk

Completing the Help Desk Certificate allows students to become help desk professionals with an understanding of both computer hardware and software.

Essential Skills for Success

Professionals in all workplaces utilize professionalism, teamwork, critical thinking, and verbal interaction. This certificate builds the core skills that employers value most by teaching effective communication, problem solving, collaboration, and personal accountability.

Essential Skills for Success

Do you have the right skills employers are looking for? Technical skills alone are not enough to meet employers’ expectations for productivity and performance. Professionalism, teamwork, critical thinking and verbal and written communications are some of the most important skills in the workplace. Enhancing these skills gives you the power to succeed.

Human Resources

Human resource professionals are responsible for recruiting employees, screening candidates, possibly interviewing them for their respective roles, and placing skilled people into jobs. They may also be responsible for internal relations, managing payroll and benefits, and training in their varied organizations.

Employee Relations

The Employee Relations Law Series is designed to provide a comprehensive, practical, convenient, and cost-effective way for human resources professionals to acquire knowledge about complex employment laws that impact virtually every employment-related decision. In addition to continuing education credit, completion of this program may be applied to recertification credit for HR professionals through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

HR Manager

The SHRM Essentials of Human Resources is an introductory course offering a comprehensive overview of the key aspects of HR. It gives participants foundational knowledge and an introduction of behavioral competencies that are essential for business success. This course is ideal for those who are just starting out in the human resources profession, or those who are looking for an effective way to boost their employee management skills.

Management

Managers are responsible for many different aspects of running a business. These responsibilities can include managing the daily schedule of employees; interviewing, hiring, and coordinating staff; budgeting; and effectively running the organization.

Supervisor

Today's workplace presents all-new challenges to supervisors. This curriculum offers a comprehensive blend of theory and experiential learning tools that prepares today's supervisors to succeed! Students will develop skills in demand by today’s employers such as decision-making, communication skills, and critical thinking.

What's the difference?

Only academic programs provide college credit, transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). Training programs can be completed in a matter of weeks or months. These are not eligible for federal financial aid, but they may qualify for other scholarships and grant funding.

Public Administrator

Develop the skills necessary to excel within the public and not-for-profit sectors of employment with this program focused on public administration. Graduates will be prepared for a variety of desirable jobs at the state, county, and city levels of government. In addition, graduates have the opportunity to earn certifications as a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and as a Microsoft Excel professional.

Entrepreneur

Become your own boss with a management degree focused on entrepreneurship. Developed by Midlands entrepreneurs, this innovative academic program will help teach students how to establish and operate a small business or strengthen an existing one. Through hands-on activities, students gain a foundation in vital areas such as marketing, human resources, accounting, computer skills, and the entrepreneurial mindset.

Sales and Retail Management

Gain the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for progressing in today’s sales and retail industries. Graduates can begin fruitful careers in areas such as retail management, buying, merchandising, sales, and marketing. This program focuses on the development of interpersonal, managerial, critical thinking, human resources, and customer service skills.

Marketing

Marketers connect with others through multiple mediums to effectively communicate and promote businesses, products, and strategies.

Digital Marketing

This program is ideal for students who are interested in the fast-growing and exciting digital world. Students will learn how to strategically use electronic marketing tools to connect with consumers and shape their digital experiences.

Integrated Marketing Communications

Following this program, students will gain a broad foundation in the classical areas of marketing such as sales, advertising, retail, research, and marketing campaigns. Graduates can customize their marketing talents to meet their career goals.

Sales and Retail Management

Gain the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for progressing in today’s sales and retail industries. Graduates can begin fruitful careers in areas such as retail management, buying, merchandising, sales, and marketing. This program focuses on the development of interpersonal, managerial, critical thinking, human resources, and customer service skills.

Meeting and Event Planning

Meeting and event planners coordinate professional meetings and other events including conventions. They book the location, manage the agenda, coordinate travel and transportation, and make sure every last detail is covered for the event to run smoothly.

Meeting and Event Planner

This program is ideal for students who are interested in opening an event company, planning a wedding, or simply mastering the skills to plan the perfect meeting for work. This program provides the skills set to understand a variety of aspects of planning to include contract negotiations, venue selection, establishing pricing, marketing, and more.

Office Skills

Office professionals use effective computer and communication skills to make businesses operate smoothly.

Microsoft Office Specialist

Learn the ins and outs of the most used software in offices today, Microsoft Office. Students will become proficient in programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more.

Office Support Specialist

This program will prepare students with the computer skills necessary to perform administrative and clerical duties within a professional office.

Administrative Office Technology

The Administrative Office Technology (AOT) program is designed to provide students with the skills and experience necessary to achieve top-level information processing/administrative positions. In addition to offering traditional office skills training, the program offers specialized courses in legal and medical employment.