Business and Administration
The Department of Continuing Education offers a variety of courses aimed at either introducing individuals to business and administrative skills or helping those already working within the industry gain additional training. These courses include online training, Continuing Education/Curriculum parallel courses, and other courses and workshops located on campus.
Administrative Office Assistant
This course will teach students the basics to being an administrative office assistant. Within the class students will learn about proper attire and presentation, business English, document preparation and organization, professional communication as well as Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Instructor Linda Howard will help students learn how to apply these skills to a professional job and apply them to a professional resume. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee.
|26782||Jan. 23-May 15||Mon & Tues||6pm-9pm||Fee: $185||90 hrs||BCCC2 125A|
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training
Presented by NC State's Industry Expansion Solutions staff, Yellow Belt training is used by many organizations to introduce Lean Six Sigma as a means for preparing project team members, or as part of a larger LSS deployment. This session covers important tools and techniques for process improvement, including the DMAIC problem solving methodology. By building a common language and a basic understanding of key tools and techniques, the attendee is better prepared to support their organization via Lean Six Sigma improvements.
This course requires no special software and minimal math skills. Successful completion of the end of course exam results in the awarding of a North Carolina State University Yellow Belt training certificate. This course provides an excellent introduction to LSS to enable participants to determine if advanced Green Belt / Black Belt training is of value to them and their organizations.
|26964||April 27||Thursday||8am-5pm||Fee: $130||8 hrs||BCCC8 829|
This course provides an introduction to the principals of entrepreneurship. Topics include self-analysis of entrepreneurship readiness, the role of entrepreneur in economic development, legal problems, organization structure, and source of financing, budgeting, and cash flow. Upon completion, students should have an understanding of the entrepreneurial process and issues faced by entrepreneurs.
The textbook to this course is Small Business Management: Launching & Growing Entrepreneurial Ventures (ISBN 978 1305 937 680) and can be found within the BCCC bookstore for $124.25 plus tax (book prices are subject to change by publisher). The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee.
|26778||Jan. 5-Jan. 10||Online Class||Fee: $185||48 hrs|
This course covers fundamental mathematical operations and their application to business problems. Topics include payroll, pricing, interest and discount, commission, taxes, and other pertinent use of mathematics in the field of business. Upon completion, students should be able to apply mathematical concepts to business.
The textbook to this course is Contemporary Mathematics for Business and Consumer, Brief Edition (ISBN 978 1337 130 110) and can be found within the BCCC bookstore for $165.75lus tax (book prices are subject to change by publisher). The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee.
|26779||Jan. 5-May 10||Thursday/Online||10am10:50am/online||Fee: $185||64 hrs||BCCC2 115|
This course is designed to develop skills in writing business communications. Emphasis is placed on business reports, correspondence, and professional presentations. Upon completion, students should be able to communicate effectively in the work place.
The textbook to this course is Essentials of Business Communication book and mind-tap bundle (ISBN 978 1305 608 825) and can be found within the BCCC bookstore for $124.25 plus tax (book prices are subject to change by publisher). The course fee includes a $180 registration fee and $5 technology fee.
|26780||Jan. 5-May 10||Online||Fee: $185||48 hrs|
Visit our Education to Go (Ed2Go) page for information about our online classes.
There are scholarships available through State Employees Credit Union and Golden Leaf. Please click on the Financial Assistance link in the Continuing Education section of the website.
Individuals who qualify for the NCWorks Fee Waiver Funding link can be sponsored for the cost of the class and books. Golden Leaf applicants who qualify can receive up to $250.00 towards tuition and books. The BCCC Foundation scholarship can aid students up to $500.00 towards tuition and books. State Employee Credit Union applicants who qualify can receive up to $750.00 towards tuition and books.
Pay in person at the front desk of building 8, by phone at the front desk at (252) 940-6375, by phone with the director at (252) 940-6262, or by mail to the information below.
Beaufort County Community College
Attn: Continuing Education Registration and Records Department
5337 U.S. Highway 264 East
Washington, NC 27889
BCCC accepts Visa, Master Card, and Discover credit cards.
Students must officially withdraw from class prior to the first class meeting to receive a full refund.
Students must officially withdraw from class prior to the official 10% point to receive a 75% refund.
Students who withdraw after the official 10% point will not receive a refund.
Registration fees for self-supporting classes are non-refundable once the class begins (contact Justin Rose with any refund questions).
Director of Occupational Extension
Beaufort County Community College, Building 8, Room 810