Business Management Degree (60-63 Total Credits)
Choose Eastern Gateway’s online Business Management program and you can do more than build a strong understanding of business theory. You can develop the practical knowledge and skills important for success in various business-related roles and EGCC offers several focus options for students who want to concentrate their studies in a certain area.
Students may also enroll in the shorter Business Management Certificate program, which is 32 credits.
Business Management allows for the following Degree Focus areas. Courses Include :
Advertising and Promotion
Data Wrangling and Visualization
Digital & Social Media:
Electronic Commerce: The Strategic Perspective
Social Media Marketing
Writing for Interactive Media
Hospitality: Food and Beverage Management
Fundamentals of Food Service Industry
Fundamentals of Food Safety
Food Service Management
Food and Beverage Operations
Hospitality: Hotel and Event Management:
Introduction to Quality Improvement
Food and Beverage Operations
Hotel and Convention Management
Information Systems: Google IT Support Certificate
Introduction to Information Technology, Introduction to System Administration, Introduction to IT Security, Leadership, Development Team Building, Troubleshooting, Customer Service, Automation and More.
Programming & Development:
Coding from Scratch
Font End Foundations
Front End Frameworks
Introduction to Labor/American Labor Movement
Law of Labor/Industrial Relations
Labor and Management Relationship
Introduction to Health Care Systems
Law and Ethics
Securities and Investment
Financial Accounting 2
Social Media Marketing
Total Quality Management
Associate of Arts Degree (60 Total Credits)
The Associate of Arts (AA) degree parallels the first two years of a Bachelor of Arts degree at most four-year institutions. As a student in the program, you may progress into baccalaureate programs such as psychology, sociology, English, history, fine arts, communications, or other fields in the arts disciplines.
Criminal Justice Degree (60 Total Credits)
The Associate of Criminal Justice program is designed to arm you with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in local, state, and federal agencies. It’s also structured to support your transfer to a four-year, degree-granting institution. Course topics include Criminal Investigation, Crisis Intervention, and Homeland Security. Peace Office Training or Corrections certification holders are eligible to receive college credit toward this degree.
Early Childhood Education Degree (61 Total Credits)
The Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Education degree is your first step in building a foundation for success in the world of childcare. You will focus on important topics in early childhood, such as development, learning assessment, special learners, and instructional strategy.
Accounting Degree (61 Total Credits)
This program is designed to prepare students for employment in entry level positions in both public and private accounting and will also prepare the student who wishes to continue towards a four-year degree in accounting. As a paraprofessional, the program graduate can assist with performing cost analysis and assessing the strengths and weaknesses of conventional financial statements. Students will have experience using computers for accounting applications, including spreadsheets, integrated general ledger packages, and payroll packages.
Patient Home Navigator Certificate (30 Total Credits)
Healthcare advocacy is an emerging and exciting career– a sizeable portion of the over 500,000 healthcare jobs in the last 5 years were in this area. EGCC’s Patient Home Navigator certificate was created in partnership with the Medicare Rights Center and graduates will earn a Medicare Information Certified Specialist (MICS) certificate.
The range of Patient Navigator duties varies and EGCC students will be prepared to work in community or healthcare settings. Upon successful completion, students will understand medical terminology; ICD-9, CPT codes, and the equivalent; Medicaid claims; UB04’s; 1500’s; Medicare; Medicaid; and Commercial RA’s as well as Microsoft word/excel/office.
Paralegal Degree (63 Total Credits)
The Paralegal Program is designed to prepare students for employment in a law environment in both public and private sectors. The paralegal graduate will be performing legal preparations, such as closings, hearings, trials, and corporate meetings. Other duties include the gathering of relevant facts of cases, identifying appropriate laws and decisions, organizing information, and preparing legal arguments.
Paralegals work in government agencies, law firms, corporations, real estate firms, as well as non-profit organizations. The demand for paralegal professionals is expected to increase by more than 50% over the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in any area may enroll in the Paralegal Certificate program.
Associate of Individualized Study (60 credits)
This flexible program is designed for students who are close to graduating with a degree but have not yet succeeded in doing so. It is for those who have substantial previous college credit that can transfer into EGCC. Students choosing this must work with an advisor, get their previous and future work approved by a committee, and complete a minimum of 18 credits with EGCC.
Note that depending on the number of credits taken per semester, and the number of any previous credits earned and transferred, 60 credits usually takes a full time student 2 years to complete. Students utilizing the Free College Benefit are not required to attend full time and can take 1 class per term.