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Business Management

The Skills That Employers Value

Today's business environment is competitive, demanding, and ever changing. If your career goal is management — of people, projects, or policies — a degree or certificate will be an asset. Every program is designed to give you the skills that employers value across industries: critical thinking, communication, teamwork, management, and technology.

You can customize a certificate or degree based on your job experience and goals. Build a foundation to qualify for entry-level management positions or take a specialized program to upgrade to a higher-level position.

Earn a two-year degree or complete a certificate in a year or less. Take classes day, evening, or online. Select classes that teach the skills you need — including marketing, human relations, business information management, human resources, and event planning — to advance your career or to enter a new position or field. 

Degrees and certificates include:

• Business Management, ATA • E-Business, ATA
• Entrepreneurship and Small Business • Supervision
• Management • Marketing and Sales
• Project Management  

Use the Skills to Run Your own Business

Earn a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Develop skills in management, accounting, marketing, technology, and communication; and gain a strong foundation for creating a new business, or managing an existing small business.

Earn a Project Management Certificate

Gain high-demand expertise that applies across industries. Our college is a registered education provider with the Project Management Institute, the profession’s leading membership association.

Have the Option to Go On for Your Bachelor’s Degree

The two-year Edmonds Community College Business Management Associate of Technical Arts degree — plus selected general education classes — transfers to Central Washington University’s Bachelor of Administrative Management program. Complete your bachelor’s at CWU-Lynnwood on the Edmonds Community College campus.

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