Start Your 4-Year Degree at South Central College

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A successful business career relies heavily upon gaining and maintaining a competitive advantage. And your competitive advantage begins with a Business Transfer Pathway associate of science (AS) degree from South Central College.  The Business Transfer Pathway allows you to take the first two years of your business bachelor's degree at SCC and then transfer to a Minnesota State university as a junior to complete the degree.

Campuses: Faribault and North Mankato
Program Start Dates: Fall and Spring Semester

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Faculty Spotlight - Business Transfer Pathway

Dave Hammitt
Dave Hammitt
Dave was born and raised in South Dakota. He spent three years of active duty in the United States Army and 20 years in the South Dakota/Minnesota National Guard. Dave has over 10 of years industry experience in both public and private accounting.
Education:BS in Mathematics - University of South Dakota, Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA) – University of South Dakota.
Shayne Narjes
Shayne Narjes
Shayne teaches courses in both the marketing management and business management programs. In addition to his wealth of teaching and industry experience, Shayne uses his sense of humor to keep students engaged and motivated. Shayne is originally from Mankato and has worked closely with local businesses to understand their marketing and business needs.
Education:B.S., Minnesota State University, Mankato; M.B.A.,University of St. Thomas, M.S. Minnesota State University, Mankato; Ph.D., Iowa State University
Tom Deetz
Tom Deetz
Tom was born in Wisconsin but has lived in Minnesota most of his life. Tom has over 25 years of industry experience in both public and private accounting. During that time, Tom owned and operated a successful accounting and tax practice in Owatonna for 10 years.
Education:BS Accounting - Minnesota State University, Mankato Master of Business Administration (MBA) – University of St. Thomas

Business Program Majors

Business is one of the most diverse career areas so you can choose which business career fits you best. If just starting out, an associate degree in business can position you for a better entry-level opportunity or set you up for pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Or, build on aspirations for a career that lies beyond your current job.